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From law student to Provost and Dean of Fac- 
ulties, Oswald Symister Colclough has contributes 
to the eminence of the University. 

A graduate of the United States Naval Acad- 
emy in 1920, he was graduated with distinction 
from the University Law School in 1935. In World 
War II he served as Commanding Officer of the 
Battleship North Carolina. In November, 1945, he 
was confirmed by the Senate as Judge Advocate 
General of the Navy. He retired from active duty 
in 1949 from the post of Commander, Submarine 
Force, Pacific Fleet. 

Vice Admiral Colclough became Professor of 
Law and Dean of the University Law School in 1949, 
and in 1953 he accepted the newly established post 
of Dean of Faculties. In many sensitive and demand- 
ing roles, he contributed to the public service of 
the Nation. When President Marvin retired in 1959, 
he became Acting President of the University. 

After President Carroll came to the University 
in 1961, Admiral Colclough returned to his duties 
as Dean of Faculties, and the Board of Trustees 
created the post of Provost which he was asked to 
occupy. He has held these positions until his re- 
tirement this year. 

For his distinguished service to his country and 
to the University, we dedicate to him this 1964 
CHERRY TREE. 



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OSWALD SYMISTER 
COLCLOUGH 

Provost and 
Dean of Faculties 




HENRY WILLIAM HERZOG 

Vice-President and Treasurer 




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CALVIN DARLINGTON LINTON 

Dean of the Columbian College 






PAUL VERNON BISSELL 

Dean of Men 





ROBERT MEYER LEONARD 

Dean of the School 
of Pharmacy 



GROVER LaMARR ANGEL 

Dean of the College of 
General Studies 




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JOHN GAGE ALLEE, JR. 

Dean of the Division of 
University Students 



JOHN PARKS 

Dean of the School 
of Medicine 
Medical Director of 
the University Hospital 





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ARCHIBALD MULFORD WOODRUFF 

Dean of the School of 
Government, Business, and 
International Affairs 


















ROBERT KRAMER 

Dean of the Law School 



FRANCIS NEWELL HAMBLIN 

Dean of fhe School 
of Education 




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The direction in which education starts a 
man will determine his future life. 

Plato 

The Republic 1 



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First Row: 

CELIA C. ACKERSON, San Marino, California; Education. 

ROGER ADELSON, Kansas; History. 

LARRY JOHN ALBERT, Washington, D. C..; Political Sci- 
ence. At University of Maryland (Munich Campus): Fresh- 
man Class — President; Student Council; Debating; Scho- 
lastic Medals. At George Washington: Sigma Chi. 

ROBERT AMES ALDEN, Virginia; History. Delta Phi Epsi- 
lon — Vice President; Sigma Chi; International Relations 
Club; Cherry Tree; Hatchet — Sports Editor; Westminster 
Fellowship; United Christian Fellowship; American Histori- 
cal Association. 

HARRIET SONJA AMCHAN, Arlington, Virginia; Eco- 
nomics. Sigma Delta Tau — Rush Chairman, Song Chairman, 
Panhellenic Delegate; Delphi — President; Junior Advisor; 
Big Sis; Hillel * Experiment in International Living — Campus 
Representative. 

Second Row: 

MARSHA ADAMS ANDERS, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Span- 
ish. Chi Omega: At University of Alabama: Judiciary 
Council; Spanish Honorary. 

STANWOOD F. ARMINGTON, Providence, Rhode Island; 



Civil Engineering. Sigma Chi; Old Men; A.S.C.E. — Vice 
President. 



ROBERT WALTER ARMSTRONG, Scotia, New York; Phys- 
ical Education. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Varsity Basketball. 

STEPHEN BAER, Washington, D. C.; Economics. Gate and 
Key — Vice-President; Order of Scarlet — Vice-President, 
Board of Governors; Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Treasurer; Stu- 
dent Council — Activities Director; Booster Board — Trans- 
portation Chairman; Homecoming Chairman; Varsity Base- 
ball. Who’s Who Among Students. 

SARA ANNE BAILEY, Beltsville, Maryland; Elementary 
Education. Religious Council: Homework Hall; United 

Christian Fellowship. 

Third Row: 

MARILYN BAKER, Providence, Rhode Island; Sociology 
and Anthropology. Alpha Lambda Delta; Hillel; A. A. — 
with distinction. 



WILLIAM D. BAKER, Jackson, Michigan; Accounting. 
Alpha Kappa Psi — Treasurer. 

SUSAN JANE BALLINGER, Arlington, Virginia; Political 
Science. Kappa Delta — Activities Chairman, Sergeant-at- 
arms; Big Sis; Career Conference; Cherry Tree; Varsity 
Hockey. 



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STANLEY E. BARITZ, Silver Spring, Maryland; History. 
Gate and Key; Alpha Epsilon Pi — Vice President, Social 
Chairman; University Players; All U Follies; Hatchet; Cam- 
pus Combo. 



I don’t believe in cramming either. 



MARY LYNN BARLOW, Falls Church, Virginia; Economics. 
Chi Omega — Herald; SNEA; International Relations Com- 
mittee; Young Democrats. 



Fourth Row: 

ROBERT G. BARNES, McLean, Virginia; Business Admin- 
istration. Phi Sigma Kappa — Treasurer, House Manager; 
"Brigadoon"; Old Men; Football. 



STANLEY IRVING BARR, Washington, D. C.; Electrical 
Engineering. Sigma Tau; Theta Tau; Mecheleciv. 



JOHN CHARLES BATCHELDER, Virginia; Economics. 



JOAN DONELL BECKER, Arlington, Virginia; International 
Affairs. Alpha Lambda Delta; A. A. — with distinction. 



GAIL DOROTHY BENJAMIN, New York, New York; Psy- 
chology. Hillel; Hatchet; Colonial Cruise; Homecoming — 
Decorations; Fall Concert — Tickets. 





You just can't trust sweet little gray-haired ladies. 



First Row: 

STEWART WOODRUFF BENTLEY, Boyd’s Tavern, Vir- 
qinia: Political Science. Alpha Theta Nu; Order of Scarlet; 
Omicron Delta Kappa — Secretary; Pi Kappa Alpha; Stu- 
dent Council — Treasurer; Old Men — Vice President; Varsity 
Debate; ROTC Flight Commander, Cadet Corp Com- 
mander; Soccer Team — Captain; Outstanding Junior, 
Who’s Who Among Students. 

CHARLES JOEL BIER, Washington, D. C.; Chemistry. 
Aesculapian Society — Membership Chairman; Hillel; Disc 
Jockey on radio station WRGW. 

MARTIN VICTOR BLOOM, Lake Mahopac, New York; 
Sociology. Pi Kappa Alpha; All-U Follies. 



MARION A. BLUNT, Maryland; History. 



MARY BONDI 

Second Row: 

REGINALD WELLER BOURS, Alexandria, Virginia; His- 
tory. Sigma Nu; Debate Club; Intramurals. 

GERALD KENNETH BOWMAN, Washington, D. C.; Phar- 




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macy. Delta Tau Delta — President; Gate and Key; Kappa 
Psi — President; APHA; Paul Pearson Scholarship. 



PAT F. BRADLEY, Wisconsin; Business Administration. 



DAVID ELLIOT BRANDT, Flushing, New York; Psychology. 
Tau Epsilon Phi; Intramurals. 



FRANCIS LOUIS BREEN, Washington, D. C.; International 
Affairs. Pi Kappa Alpha; Gate and Key. 

Third Row: 

WILLIAM BREMER 

WILLIAM ROBERT BRUCE, JR., Falls Church, Virginia; 
Business Administration. 



ARNOLD DAVID BRUCKNER, Ohio; Business Administra- 
tion. Alpha Kappa Psi. 



JESSICA SYBIL BYCZYNSKI, Oxon Hill, Maryland; Jour- 
nalism. Tassels; ROTC Military Ball Queen; National Angel 
Flight — Area Commander; Newman Club, Hatchet. 



M. EROL CAGLARCAN. Istanbul ' urkey Business Ao- 
ministration. 



Fourth Row: 

DOROTHY SANDRA CAIN, Alexandria, Virginia* Chemis- 
try. Mortar Board — Corresponding Secretary; Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta — President, Historian, Senior Advisor; lota Sigma 
Pi: Tassels; Delphi; Sigma Kappa — President, Activities 
Chairman, Scholarship Chairman; I S A B ; Homecoming 
Queen s Court; Student Council — Secretary; Outstanding 
Freshman Woman, Who's Who Among Students. 



ARNOLD ELLIOTT CARES, Kings Park, New York; Psy- 
chology. Tau Epsilon Phi* Varsity Rifle Team; Rifle Club- 
Old Men. 



CHRISTY JANE CHAMBERS, Rockville, Maryland; Ele- 
mentary Education. Newman Club; Student National Edu- 
cation Association; Womens Athletic Association; Miss 
Model Pledge Contest — third place. 



PHYLLIS M. CHAO, China; Anthropology. 



RAGHU CHARI, India; Mechanical Engineering. Member 
of ASME; Senior Representative to the Engineer's Council. 




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Hasn’t anyone gotten Bingo yet? 




First Row: 

JOEL MAYER CHERRY, Baltimore, Maryland; Zoology. 
Order of Scarlet; Alpha Epsilon Pi — Historian, Best Pledge; 
Young Democrats; Old Men; Varsity Rifle; Rifle Club; 
American Pharmaceutical Association; Campus Combo; 
Homecoming — Facilities Subchairman. 

GERALD MICHAEL CHIZEVER, Bayside, New York; Ac- 
counting. Student Council — Treasurer; Order of Scarlet; 
Alpha Epsilon Pi — Exchequer; Senior Day — Chairman; Pi 
Delta Epsilon — Secretary; Potomac — Business Manager; 
Hatchet — Circulation Manager; Fall Concert — Comptrol- 
ler; Old Men; Young Democratics; Career Conference; 
Hillel; Spring Concert — Subchairman; Homecoming; Co- 
lonial Cruise, Who's Who Among Students. 

SHUI JEN CHOW, Singapore, China; Engineering. Honors 
List — School of Engineering. 

KATHERINE MARY CLUM, Hyattsville, Maryland: Zoolo- 
gy. Kappa Delta; Scholarship Chairman; Big Sis; Trouba- 
dors; International Students Society; Varsity Field Hockey. 



CYNTHIA DEBORAH COHEN, Morrisville, Pennsylvania; 
Speech Therapy. Sweetheart of Alpha Epsilon Pi; Home- 
coming — Decoration Chairman; Fall Concert — Secretary; 
Dorm Council. 



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Second Row: 

NORMAN COHEN, Silver Spring, Maryland; Public Af- 
fairs. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Hatchet; Campus Combo — Sales. 




DEBORAH SHEILA COLNER, West Orange, New Jersey; 
Elementary Education. Phi Sigma Sigma - Hillel — President, 
Vice President; Religious Council; Dorm Council; Big Sis; 
Career Conference — Co-Publicity Chairman; Homecoming 
— Co-Publicity Chairman; Student Council — School of Ed- 
ucation Representative: Topnotcher in field of Religion, 
Who's Who Among Students. 

MALCOLM GRAY COSTELLO, Washington, D. C.; Civii 
Engineering. ASCE: Sigma Tau. 

NANCY LOUISE CRIMMINS, Washington, D. C.; Inter- 
national Affairs. French Club; Big Sis; Junior Panhellenic 
Council — Treasurer; Emanon; Sigma Kappa — Social Chair- 
man, Secretary, Panhellenic Delegate; Panhellenic Council 
— Treasurer. 

PAMELA CROASDAILE, Ohio; International Affairs. Delta 
Zeta. 

Third Row: 

MARY LOUISE CROSS, Brandywine, Maryland; French 
Language and Literature. Alpha Theta Nu; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Sigma Delta Pi. 

RICHARD OLAF CUNNINGHAM, Chevy Chase, Mary- 
land; American Thought and Civilization. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Theta Nu; Order of Scarlet; Old 
Men; Varsity Tennis; French Club; Sigma Chi — Correspond- 
ing Secretary, Scholarship Chairman, Chapter Editor, Par- 
liamentarian; GWU People-to-People Program, Founder; 
GWU representative: Youth Wants to Know.’ 



FRANCIS THOMAS CURTIS, JR., Washington, D. C.; 
Psychology. 

ROBERT COLE DAILEY, McLean, Virginia; Business Ad- 
ministration. AFROTC; Chicago Tribune Silver Medal; 
Convair Cadet Award; Sons of American Revolution 
Medal; Pershing Rifle Achievement Award; Reserve Offi- 
cers Association Award. 

NOLAN KENNETH DANCHIK, Silver Spring, Maryland; 
Math. Phi Sigma Delta — President, Assistant Pledge Master, 
Assistant Treasurer; I R E-IEEE; Old Men — Membership Sec- 
retary; Yell Leader; Gate and Key. 

Fourth Row: 

WILLIAM BOONE DANIELS, Hollywood, California; His- 
tory. Phi Sigma Kappa — Vice President; Old Men; Home- 
coming; Committee on Performing Arts. 

MICHAEL DAVIS, Arlington, Virginia; Economics. ROTC 
Color Guard; Russian Club; Debate. 

JEAN B. DEPRIEST, Nashville. Tennessee: German. NEA: 
German Club. 

JOSEPH DEUTSCH, New York - Political Science. 

STEPHEN BRIAN DEWHURST, Falls Church, Virginia; 
Political Science. 



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First Row: 

JILL DISKAN, Manchester, Connecticut: History. Alpha 
Epsilon Phi — Social Chairman, Standards Chairman, Boost- 
er Board Chairman; Hatchet — Copy Editor. 



CHANDRAKAN PREMCHAND DODHIA. Civil Engi- 
neering. International Students Society — President; Bad- 
minton Champion. 



LAWRENCE O. DOHNER, Virginia: Business Administra- 
tion. 



JOSEPH D. DOMZALSKI, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Pub- 
lic Affa irs. 



SUSANNE E. DORINGER, Washington, D. C.; German. 
International Students Society; German Club; French Club. 



Second Row: 

RONALD E. DROZE, Washington, D. C.; Physical Educa- 
tion. 



BARRY LANCE DUMAN, New York; Public Affairs. Alpha 
Epsilon Pi — Scholarship Chairman; Order of Scarlet; Pep 
Band; Homecoming; Fall Concert; Campus Combo; Old 
Men; Potomac — Business Manager. 



LYNNE C. DUVAL, GlenEllyn, Illinois; International Affairs. 



JANET D. DUVALL, Fairfax, Virginia; History. People-to- 
People; Wesley Foundation; French Club. 



NANCY ALICE EKLUND, Hancock, Michigan; Political 
Science. Kappa Alpha Theta; Young Republicans. 



Third Row: 

DAVID RALPH ENGSTROM, Illinois; Psychology. 



ELIZABETH R. EPSTEIN, Missouri; History. 



PENNIFER ANN ERICKSON, Jamestown, New York; Psy- 
chology. 



CRAIG ASHLEY EVERETT, Washington, D. C.; Religion. 
Religious Council — Vice President; Baptist Student Union — 
President; IRE-AIEE; Singer Scholarship; Commissioners 
Youth Council; Inter-Collegiate Volunteer Council. 



FRANCIS A. FARMER, III, Washington, D. C.; Geography. 
Kappa Sigma. 




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Fourth Row: 



RITA JOYCE FERRARA, Silver Spring, Maryland: Mathe- 
matics. Alpha Theta Nu: Alpha Lambda Delta: Tassels — 
Secretary: Sigma Kappa — First Vice President, Secretary: 
Messiah Chorus: Glee Club* Russian Club: Dean’s List — 
three semesters. 



LEAH RUTH FIGELMAN, North Bergen, New Jersey: 
Political Science. Tassels: Alpha Theta Nu: Who’s Who in 
American Colleges and Universities: Sigma Delta Tau — 
Secretary, Scholarship Chairman, Program Chairman, Par- 
liamentarian, Scholarship Committee, National Activities 
Woman: Planning Commission: May Day — Chairman: 

Hatchet; Big Sis: Urban Service Corps: Urban League: 
Cultural Foundation. 



DOROTHY MARQUERITE FitzPATRICK, Alexandria, Vir- 
ginia: Elementary Education. 



HENRY PAUL FLEMING, JR., Maryland: Electronic En- 
gineering. Theta Tau. 



JANE T. FORD, Falls Church, Virginia: English Literature. 
Delphi: Chi Omega — Activities Chairman, Pledge Trainer, 
Personnel Chairman: Cheerleader: Homecoming — Publicity 
Co-Chairman, Decorations Co-Chairman: Big Sis. 




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First Row: 

FRANCOIS ANDRE FOUGERAT, Paris, France; Electronic 
Engineering. Sigma Tau; IEEE. 

KAREN ERLA FRANKLIN, Uniontown, Pennsylvania; Com- 
mercial Art. Art Production Manager; Dance Production 
Group; transfer from Boston University. 

WILLIAM ERWIN FREDENBERGER, JR., Washington, 
D. C.; Religion. Alpha Theta Nu; Sigma Chi; Hatchet; Old 
Men — Treasurer. 

JANET CAROLYN FRICKS, Silver Spring, Maryland; 
Drawing and Painting. Delphi; Kappa Delta — Vice Presi- 
dent: Cheerleaders — Captain; Homecoming Queen Final- 
ist; Cherry Tree — Art Editor; Hatchet — Cartoonist; Boost- 
er Board; Dorm Council; Big Sis; Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents. 

SUSAN GABEL, Arlington, Virginia: Psychology. Sigma 
Delta Tau — Panhellenic Council Representative; Transfer 
from Washington College. 

Second Row: 

BRIAN DAVID GEARY, New Jersey; Biology. Delta Tau 
Delta — Scholastic Chairman* Colonial Boosters; Aescule- 
pian Society. 

MARY KATHLEEN GERETY, Bethesda, Maryland; History. 



LENNARD DAVID GERSON, Chicago, Illinois; Interna- 
tional Affairs. Russian Club; Phi Theta Kappa — Chicago 
City Jr. College. 

SHELDON LEWIS GERSTENFELD, Silver Spring, Mary- 
land; Zoology. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Old Men; Fall Concert — 
Tickets; Tennis; Intramurals; Aesculepian Society. 

EDWARD BANKS GIBSON, III, Alexandria, Virginia; 
Geography. Gate and Key; Delta Tau Delta; Varisty Rifle 
Team. 

Third Row: 

MAIDEE RENSHAW GILBERT, Arlington, Virginia; Ele- 
mentary Education. Kappa Kappa Gamma — Treasurer; 
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi; Homecoming Queen Candidate; 
Big Sis; Majorette; Drama Workshop; Student National 
Education Association. 

STANTON JAY GILDENHORN, Washington, D. C.; Po- 
litical Science. Order of Scarlet; Alpha Epsilon Pi — Presi- 
dent of Pledge Class, Corresponding Scribe; Young Demo- 
crats — President; Career Conference — Sub-Chairman for 
Social Sciences, Program Director; Student Directory — 
Assistant Editor; Old Men; Campus Combo — Publicity; 
Pre-law Society. 

JEAN GLADDING, Chevy Chase, Maryland; English Lit- 
erature. Delphi — Vice President; Mortar Board — Recording 
Secretary; Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- 
sities; Sigma Kappa — President; Alpha Theta Nu — Presi- 



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dent; Big Sis — Secretary-Treasurer; ISAB; Tassels; Volley- 
ball Culb. 



GARY LARS GLENN, Alexandria, Virginia; Psychology. 
Delta Tau Delta — House Manager; Intramurals. 



RUTH BURTNICK GLICK, Washington, D. C.; American 
Thought and Civilization. Tassels; Potomac; Alpha Lambda 
Delta. 



Fourth Row: 

LEON GLUCK, Las Cruces, New Mexico; History. 



JACK GERALD GOLDBERG, New York, New York; Fi- 
nance. Alpha Epsilon Pi — Pledgemaster, Sentinel: Hatchet; 
Hillel; Young Democrats; Fall Concert — Co-Chairman; 
Campus Combo — Co-Chairman. 



NORMA TERESE GOLDSTEIN, Washington, D. C.; Edu- 
cation.. Phi Sigma Sigma; Tassels; ISAB; Hillel; Columbian 
Women Scholarhsip. 



STEVEN MORRIS GOLDSTEIN, Washington, D. C.; Psy- 
chology. 



FREDERICK DANIEL GOSS, Virginia; American Thought 
and Civilization. Sigma Nu — Vice President, Treasurer, Old 
Men: Young Republicans; Intramurals. 



Are you sure you want me to dissect this turtle? 




First Row: 




RONI PHYLLIS GOSS, Perth Amboy, New Jersey; Soci- 
ology. Phi Sigma Sigma — Rush Chairman; Messiah Chorus; 
Hillel; Intramural Forensic Contest Winner; Career Con- 
ference Committee: Transfer — Cedar Crest College. 



NANCY DREW GOTTLIEB, Maryland; Psychology. 



BRUCE G. GOULD, Washington; Political Science. 

SHEILA HARRIET GRAHAM, Washington, D. C.; Medi- 
cal Technology. Phi Sigma Sigma; Hillel — Chairman of 
Seminar; Delphi; Big Sis Board — Social Chairman; Sorority 
Scholarship and Vice President; Campus Combo Publicity 
Director; Student Handbook — Sub-Editor; Alpha Theta Nu. 



SVEN-ULRICH KURT GRASSHOFF, Germany; Economics. 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Librarian, Chaplain; Swimming 
Chairman. 



Second Row: 

VINCENT CONDOL GRAY, Washington, D. C.; Psycholo- 
gy. Tau Epsilon Phi — Pledge Class Vice President; Newman 
Club; Intramurals. 



SALLIE McCLERNON GREENWOOD, Huntington, West 
Virginia; International Affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma — 
Parliamentarian, Rooms Chairman; ISAB — Vice President; 
Woman's Athletic Association — President; Tennis Club — 
Manager; Sports Girl of the Year. 



I'd carry your boolcs except I have a hangnail, see! 




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GAY ELLEN GREGORY, Spokane, Washington; Political 
Science. Young Republicans. 

EDWARD HAROLD HAFFEY, St. Joseph, Missouri; In- 
ternational Affairs. Delta Tau Delta — Pledge President; 
Assistant Dorm Manager; Crew. 

JOHN THOMAS HALL, Front Royal, Virginia; Electronic 
Engineering. AIEE-IRE; Intramurals; Theta Upsilon. 

Third Row: 

WILLIAM GREENE HAMILTON, JR., Virginia; Business 
Administration. Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Vice President, Sec- 
retary, Rush Chairman; Old Men; Booster Board; Crew 
Captain; Homecoming — Trophies Chairman; Transfer from 
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. 

ROBERT LEE HANEY, Washington, D. C.; Mathematics. 
Golf Team. 

ALLEN K. HARRIS, Oklahoma; History. Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
— social affiliat; Newman Club; Union Activities Council; 
Union Activities Board; Young Democrats; Washington 
Student Citizenship Seminar Delegate; Student Senate; 
Transfer from the University of Oklahoma — Lambda Chi 
Alpha. 

MARYLAND JANE HARTGE, Eustis, Florida; Anthropolo- 
gy. Chi Omega — Vice President, Treasurer; Big Sis; Mes- 
siah Chorus; Sailing Team. 



BEVERLY JOAN HEILMAN, Washington, D. C.: French 
Literature. Alpha Epsilon Ph' — Panhe enic Representative' 
Panhellenic Council — President, Vice President, Secretary, 
Social Chairman- Delphi — Secretary; Hatchet — Junior 

Staff* Sweetheart of Alpha Epsilon Pi- French Club' Stu- 
dent Life Committee; Who’s Who Among Students. 



Fourth Row: 

ROBERTA ANN HEILMAN, Washington D. C.; Sociology. 
Sigma Delta Tau — Religious Chairman, Philanthropic Chair- 
man; Hillel — Vice President, Secretary; Big Sis; Career 
Conference. 

CHARLES S. HERBERT, III, Chevy Chase, Maryland; Civil 
Engineering. Sigma Chi; Alpha Theta Nu; Sigma Tau; 
Omicron Beta; American Society of Civil Engineers. 

MONA TERRY HERSH, Washington, D. C.; Education. 

VIRGINIA RUTH HETRICK, Port Townsend, Washington- 
Geography. Wesley Foundation — Vice President, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer; Madison Hall Council — Treasurer, Review 
Board Chairman; Big Sis* National Angel Flight — Com- 
mander, Pledge Trainer- President’s Medallion; Freshman 
Debate Squad; All-U Follies. 

CAROLYN LEE HICKSON, Washington, D. C.; Interna- 
tional Affairs. Big Sis; National Angel Flight; International 
Students Society. 




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Headache? — take aspirin. Tension? — take Compose. 




First Row: 

RETA GRACE HINDS, West Lafayette, Ohio; Accounting. 
Who’s Who of American Women; American Institute of 
Accountants; American Women's Society of Certified Pub- 
lic Accountants; Certified Public Accountant; Pilot Inter- 
national. 



FREDERICK D. HINK, Washington, D. C.; Public Affairs. 



THOMAS ARTHUR HINNERS, California; Chemistry. 



CHRISTYANN HOFFMAN, ‘Sands Point, New York; Span- 
ish Language and Literature. Spanish Club; International 
Student's Society; Transfer from Vassar College. 



JEFFREY C. HOFFMAN, Yonkers, New York; Political 
Science. Alpha Epsilon Pi — President. Student Council — 
Junior College Representative; Planning Commission — 
Chairman; Order of Scarlet; Activities Fee Committee — 
Chairman; Interfraternity Council Representative; Junior 
Interfraternity Council — Advisor and Founder; Who's Who 
Among Students. 



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Second Row: 

MERWIN W. HOLLAND, Pennsylvania; Physical Educa- 
tion. Welling Hall — Vice President; Football; Baseball. 






WILLIAM W. HOLMES, New Jersey; Sociology. 



THOMAS E. HOOD, New Jersey; Political Science. 



FLORINE SHARON HOWLE, Baltimore, Maryland; 
Speech Therapy. Sigma Alpha Eta — Secretary. 



PHILIP SEWALL HUNTER, Virginia; Business Administra- 
tion. Alpha Kappa Upsilon; ROTC; Arnold Air Society. 

Third Row: 

ROBERT INDELMAN, Forest Hills, New York; History. 

ROBERT JOSEPH JACOBSON, JR., Rumson, New Jersey; 
Economics. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Old Men — Secretary; Hi-Ball 
— Tickets; Homecoming — Tickets; Colonial Cruise — Tickets; 
Intramurals; Rifle Team. 



BARBARA SANCHEZ JEFFERYS, Washington, D. C.; So- 
ciology. Alpha Kappa Delta; Le Cercle Francais; El Club 
Espanol; Newman Club; International Students Society. 

DENNIS LEE JONES, Cheyenne, Wyoming; International 
Affairs. Gate and Key; Intramurals; Student Council — 
School of Government Representative; Homecoming — 



Comptroller, Trophy Chairman; Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Bar 
Corporation Chairman, Rush Chairman. 



DIANE ROBERTS JONES, Washington, D. C.; Religion. 
Mortar Board; Dean's List; Tassels; Alpha Lambda Delta — 
Vice President; Troubadours; Russian Club — Secretary; 
Hatchet; Big Sis; Who's Who Among Students. 



Fourth Row: 

WILLIS A. JONES, Amelia, Virginia; Electrical Engineer- 
ing. IRE; AIEE. 



DEBORAH LEE KAHN, Columbia, South Carolina; English 
Literature. Sweetheart court of Alpha Epsilon Pi; Potomac 
— Publicity Manager, Prose Staff; Hillel; Bye Bye Birdie — 
Production Staff; Transfer from Woman's College of the 
University of North Carolina. 



LINDA KAHN, New York, New York; History. Phi Sigma 
Sigma — Pledge Mistress; Junior Panhellenic* Career Con- 
ference: Colonial Cruise Chairman; Hillel; Who's Who 
Among Students. 



STEVEN Z. KAHN, Virginia* Mathematics. 



CAROL I. KARASIK, New York, New York; English Litera- 
ture. Potomac — Staff, Poetry Editor. 



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First Row: 

SUE BETH KARP, Vineland, N.J.; Education; Alpha Epsilon 
Phi; Sorority I.S.A.B. delegate, Ritualist, Treasurer; Big Sis; 
Madison Hall Secretary; French Club. 

NORMAN L. KAUFMAN, Brooklyn, N.Y.; International 
Students Society, Corresponding Secretary. 

STEPHEN B. KEMP, Business Administration; Sigma Nu; 
Old Men Board, Functions Chairman; Booster Board; 
Homecoming Committee Facilities Chairman; Frat Presi- 
dent, Social Chairman, Recorder; Gate and Key. 

JUDITH LYNN KERR, Wilmington, N.C.; Foreign Affairs; 
Zeta Tau Alpha; Big Sis; Madison Hall Reviewing Board; 
Homecoming Committee. 

WILLIAM CLAYTON KEYS, Oxon Hill, Md.; English; 
Delta Tau Delta; Frat Pledge Trainer, Corresponding Sec- 
retary, President; Freshman Football; Varsity Football; Old 
Men Social Chairman, President; Order of Scarlet. 



Second Row: 

RICHARD W. KIDWELL, Herndon, Va.; Spanish Literature. 

C. LYNNE KIRK, Garden City, N.Y.; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Sorority Pledge Secretary, 



Active Secretary; SNEA; Young Republicans; Hancock Hall 
Dorm Council. 



BEN WEBSTER KITTREDGE, Wilton, Conn.; Zoology; Delta 
Tau Delta; Frat Vice President; Campus Combo; IFC; 
Colonial Cruise. 



SHIRLEY CARPENTER KITTREDGE, Alexandria, Va.; An- 
thropology; Kappa Alpha Theta; Sorority Goat Show 
Chairman, Ass’t Social Chairman, Recording Secretary, 
House Chairman, President; Tassels; Homecoming Com- 
mittee; Colonial Cruise Committee; Big Sis; Delphi. 



BYRON KLINE, Pennsylvania; Business Administration. 

Third Row: 

CARL HOWARD KNEESSI. Wash., D. C.; Business Ad- 
ministration; Delta Tau Delta; Frat Social Chairman; Intra- 
murals; Gate and Key Society; D.O.M. Spanish Club; 
Crew; Old Men. 



MAXINE FRANCES KOCH, History; Sigma Delta Tau; 
Dorm Council; Booster Board; SDT Founder, Charter Mem- 
ber, Secretary, First Vice President. 

JUDITH GRACE KOLBAS, Buffalo, N.Y.; International 
Affairs; Zeta Tau Alpha; International Students Society; 
Messiah Chorus. 




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MELVYN RICHARD KORNSPAN. Wash., D. C.: Sociolo- 
gy; Hillel. 



KAROLE TERESA KOWAL, Nutley, N .J.; Speech Therapy* 
Sigma Alpha Eta. 



Fourth Row: 

FREDERICK STEPHEN KROCHMAL, Silver Spring, Md.* 
Zoology; Hillel Foundation, First Vice President; Religious 
Council; Pre-Med Society; Cultural Foundation; Career 
Conference; Old Men. 



WALTER FOYE KRUG, Hillcrest Heights, Md.; Elementary 
Education; ROTC — Pershing Rifles; Photographer — Cherry 
Tree and Hatchet Staffs: Student National Education As- 
sociation. 



WARREN JOHN KRUG, Hillcrest Heights, Md.; Political 
Science; ROTC, Hatchet Staff Photographer: Cherry Tree 
Staff Photographer. 



KAREN ELISE KUCIESKI, Syracuse, N.Y.; International 
Affairs. 



NICHOLAS LAMPIRIS, Wash., D. C.; Geology; Geology 
Club. 



Good! Here's a racy one. 






First Row: 

VIRGINIA LANGEN, Biology: Delta Gamma; Cherry Tree 
Staff: Sorority House Chairman, Treasurer, Vice President: 
Zoology Lab Assistant: Junior Advisor: Big Sis. 

JAMES RICHARD LAWRENCE, Franklin, Va.: Inti Affairs: 
Dorm Council Secretary: International Society; BSN; Chess 
Club. 



DAVID LEE, Washington, D. C.; Electrical Engineering; 
Treasurer of I.E.E.E. 



PETER DENNIS LE NARD, Washington, D. C.; Chemistry. 



FRANK ANTHONY LEONE, Civil Engineering; President 
of Student Chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers. 



Second Row: 

BERNARD S. LEVISS, Stamford, Conn.; Political Science: 
Alpha Epsilon Pi; Program Director of Student Council; 
Spring Concert Chairman; Sentinel in Fraternity; Varsity 
Golf; Homecoming Entertainment Chairman; Frosh Di- 
rector of Campus Combo; Gate and Key; Student Plan- 
ning Commission’ Who's Who Among Students. 

LORA MARSHA LICHTENBERG, Washington, D. C.; 
History and Social Studies President, Christian Science Or- 



ganization' Vice President, Religious Council; Dorm Coun- 
cil. 



ALICE S. UNDE, History; Tassels, Big Sis; Dance Produc- 
tion. 

CHARMAINE LISEE, Chevy Chase, Md.; Elementary Edu- 
cation; Sigma Kappa; Sweetheart of Kappa Sigma; Pan- 
hellenic Sing Chairman; Sorority Panhel delegate, Vice Presi- 
dent; Newman Club; French Club; Angel Flight; Miss 
Sigma Kappa; Queen's Court Military Ball; Homecoming 
Queen Candidate; Student N.E.A. 

ROBERT M. LITMAN, Washington, D. C.; History; Phi 
Sigma Delta; University Players; Drama Board; Orphans 
Party; Frat Social Chairman. 

Third Row: 

HENRY JAMES LORENZETTI, Arlington, Va.; Electronics; 
Newman Club Treasurer; Secretary I.E.E.E.; Sigma Tau; 
AFROTC. 

IRA SANDEIS LOURIE, Bethesda, Md.; Psychology; Tau 
Epsilon Phi; Radio Guild; Folk Music Guild; University 
Players. 

ALLAN STEPHEN LOVE, Washington, D. C.; Psychology; 
Phi Sigma Delta; Secretary Old Men; Frat Pledgemaster, 
House Manager; Intramurals. 



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MARY LOVETT, Latin American Civilization; President of 
Sigma Delta Pi; Spanish Club; I.S.S. 



ELIZABETH LOWNDES, Bethesda, Md.; Speech, Chi Ome- 
ga. 



Fourth Row: 

GRACE MacFARLANE, California; Psychology; Pi Beta 
Phi. 



SHEILA MACHLIS, Washington, D. C.; Art History; Art 
Players; WRGW; Hillel; GW Drama; National Collegiate 
Players. 



JAMES F. MACRUM, Denver, Colorado; Int’l Affairs; Sig- 
ma Alpha Epsilon; Student Planning Commission; Home- 
coming Committee; Young Republicans; Frat Correspond- 
ent, Budget Director. 



MARY ELEANOR MADDOX, Washington, D. C.; Jour- 
nalism; Secretary, Alpha Theta Nu; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Tassels; Messiah Chorus; Student Planning Commission — 
Secretary; Mortar Board, Vice President; Hatchet Board of 
Editors; University Center Advisory Committee, Publica- 
tions Committee; Who’s Who Among Students. 



NASRIN MALAYERY, Tehran, Iran; History; International 
Students Society; Alpha Lambda Delta. 




My Hero! 



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Don’t be $9t‘e . . . 



First Row: 

PATRICIA M. MALIAR, New York; Inti Affairs: Sigma 
Kappa Alpha Theta Nu; Big Sis. Area Commander Angel 
Flight: Panhellenic Delegate; Sorority Rush Chairman: GW 
Delegate — Model General Assembly and Montreal Model 
U.N.; Newman Club. 



MARILY VYNNE MALLISON, Rockville, Md.: Inti Affairs; 
Kappa Delta Sorority Assistant Treasurer; Cherry Tree; Big 
Sis. 



JOAN ELLEN MANDEL, Elizabeth, New Jersey; English 
Literature; Hatchet Board of Editors; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and 
Universities; Alpha Lambda Delta; Mortar Board Historian; 
Tassels; Hillel; Young Democrats; Student Life Committee; 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Junior Advisor. 



VIVIAN RAE MARGOLIS, History. 



WILLIAM FREDERICK MARQUARDT III, Pasadena, Cali- 
fornia; Inti Affairs; Christian Science Organization; David 
Spencer Scholar. 



Second Row: 

HAROLD E. MARSHALL, Virginia; Economics. 




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JEANETTE MARTIN, History. 



ALICE MARIE MARTINSON, Zoology; Mortar Board; 
Who’s Who; Glee Club; Inter-Residence Hall Board; Resi- 
dence Hall Council; Rifle Team; Big Sis; Alpha Theta Nu; 
Aesculapian; Cherry Tree Staff; Tassels, Potomac Staff. 



THEODORE OLIN MATHER, Bridgeton, New Jersey; Busi- 
ness Administration; Sigma Nu; Old Men; Frat House 
Manager, Vice President, President. 



Third Row: 

BINNYA MAW, Burma; Mechanical Engineering. 



VIRGINIA LEE MAY, Alexandria, Va.; Int i Affairs; Kappa 
Delta; Panhellenic Representative. 



RONALD ALAN MAYER, Baltimore, Md.; Economics; Al- 
pha Epsilon Phi; Frat Chaplain; Hatchet Staff, Potomac 
Business Manager; Intramural Sports. 



EDWARD J. McCULLOUGH, Virginia; Socology; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon; Frat Social Chairman. 



DONALD R. McDENOUGH. Virginia: Educa? on Soca 
Studies. 



Fourth Row: 

DAVID GUY McGUNEGLE, Sandusky, Michigan* ln f ! Af- 
fairs; Tau Kappa Epsilon* Frat Treasurer, Pres dent. 



THOMAS E. MclNTOSH, Washington, D. C.; Mechanica 
Engineering: Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Tau; Theta Tau* Engineers 
Open House Chairman. 



SARA McMAHON, Eastchester, N.Y.; Sociology Pi Beta 
Phi; Sorority Social and Music Chairman; Big Sis; Dorm 
Council; Young Democrats. 



MICHELEEN MITCHELL McNEILL, Maryland* Speech 
Correction. 



HARRIET ILENE MILLER, Washington, D. C.; Sociology 
and Anthropology; Sigma Delta Tau; H i llel : Messiah Chor- 
us; Student Book Exchange; Dorm Council; (Representa- 
tive and Secretary); Sorority House Chairman; Dramatics 
Make-Up and Costumes; Civil Rights Group. 




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Quiet. Doctors at work. 




First Row: 

BETTY ERYLENE MILSTEAD. Indian Head, Maryland; 
Medical Technology. Hancock Hall President; Junior Ad- 
visor; Big Sis; Inter Residence Board. 



CAROLA ANN MOELLER, Arlington, Virginia; Education. 
Messiah Chorus; Big Sis. 



MARCIA ANNE MONTGOMERY, Arlington, Virginia; 
Physical Education. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Rooms Chair- 
man, Pledge Trainer, Membership Chairman; Inter Sorority 
Athletic Board, WAA; Big Sis. 



BETTE D. MORAN, Commercial Art. 



NICHOLAS MOSCATIELLO, Virginia; Geography. 



Second Row: 

MICHAEL DAVID MOSETTIG, Washington, D. C.; Politi- 
cal Science. First Sigma Delta Chi Scholarship Winner, 
Herman Lowe Memorial; Young Democrats, Vice President. 



CORNELIUS W. MULLEN, Raleigh, North Carolina; Politi- 
cal Science; U. S. Navy Aviator. 



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JENNETTE ELIZABETH MURRAY, Takoma Park, Maryland* 
Religion. 



MARRY MUSSELMAN, Zoology. Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Alpha Theta Nu: lota Sigma Pi; Student Zoology Assistant. 



JOHN LAURENCE NALLS, Washington, D. C.; Zoology. 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Varsity Basketball; Gate and Key. 

Third Row: 

MARGARET CARROLL NELSON, Lawrenceville, Illinois; 
Sociology. Transfer; Chi Omega. 

JO-ANN NEUHAUS, Scarsdale, New York; International 
Affairs. Transfer, Ohio Wesleyan University; Young Demo- 
crats. 



ELIZABETH FRANCES O'BRIEN, International Affairs. Al- 
pha Theta Nu; Newman Club, President; Young Democrats; 
American Foreign Service Association Scholarship; GWU 
Foreign Service Scholarship. 



FREDERICK JOHN OELTJEN, Kensington, Maryland; Psy- 



chology. Alpha Tau Omega, Emma K. Carr Scholar, Alpha 
Theta Nu; Messiah Chorus; Troubadours. 



JOHN MALVERN OLEYEAR III, Falls Church, Virginia; 
Public Affairs. 



Fourih Row: 

EDWARD MARTIN OSHINSKY, Washington, D. C.; So- 
ciology. Ball of Fire; Hillel, Treasurer; Old Men. 



NORMAN PHILIP OTLIN, Washington, D. C.; History: 
Alpha Epsilon Pi; Hatchet Staff; Old Men; Soccer; Young 
Republicans. 



ELLEN OTTENHIEMER, Baltimore, Maryland; Medical 
Technology. Big Sis; Madison Hall Dorm Council; Madison 
Hall Reviewing Board, President; Fall Concert, Publicity 
Chairman; Homecoming Committee* Mardi Gras Com- 
mittee; Junior Advisor. 



ROBERT BUELL PALMER, Psychology. Member D.C. So- 
ciety S.A.R. 



MARILYN PAUL, Silver Spring, Maryland; Education. Al- 
pha Lambda Delta; Hillel, Religious Chairman; SNEA. 



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First Row: 

RHONA LEE PAVIS. Maryland; Economics. 

ALBERT PEACOCK, Virginia' Chemistry. Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. 

ELIZABETH PEARSON, Arlington, Virginia; Chemistry. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Treasurer, Vice President; Tassels; Delphi; 
Glee Club; Eastern Orthodox Club, Secretary; Rifle Team. 

SHERYL GRACE PETERSON, English Literature. Chi Ome- 
ga, Secretary, Vocations Chairman; Tassels, Activities Di- 
rector; Homecoming — Tickets, Publicity; Mardi Gras, Pub- 
licity; Pre-Legal Society; Chairman of Orphan's Party; 
ISAB; President Madison Hall; Junior Advisor; Dorm Coun- 
cil: Big Sis Board, 2nd Vice President; Who's Who Among 
Students. 

CONSTANCE E. PHILLIPS, Virginia; Economics. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Alpha Theta Nu; Alpha Lambda Delta; Tassels; 
Student Book Exchange, Chairman; Big Sis. 

Second Row: 

CAROLYN A. PICKELL, American Thought and Civiliza- 
tion. Sigma Delta Tau; Alpha Lambda Delta; Tassels; Big 
Sis; ISAB. 

ROGER J. PIERCE, Tenafly, N.J.; Chemistry. Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Pledge Trainer, Rush Chairman, Budget Chairman, 
Secretary; Fall Concert; Old Men; Homecoming; Cherry 
Tree; Campus Combo; Alpha Chi Sigma, Secretary. 



ROGER DUDLEY POSSNER, New Jersey; International 
Affairs. Adams Hall Dorm Council, International Affairs 
Club. 

MARGARET BRATTON POWELL, Arlington, Virginia; Ele- 
mentary Education. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Treasurer, Pub- 
lic Relations Chairman; Big Sis Board, Treasurer;. SNEA, 
Publicity Chairman. 

BARBARA ANN PRESTON, Washington, D. C.; Biology. 

Third Row: 

JANET G. PRISAZNICK, Alexandria, Virginia; Education. 
Kappa Delta, Treasurer; Student National Education As- 
sociation, Newman Club. 

WILLIAM CONAN PRYOR, Arlington, Virginia; Civil En- 
gineering. Theta Tau, Engineer's Council, Assistant Secre- 
tary; American Society of Civil Engineers, Corresponding 
Secretary. 

RONALD E. PUMP, Stony Point, New York; Political Sci- 
ence. Sigma Chi, Treasurer; Alpha Theta Nu; Phi Eta Sig- 
ma; Wesley Foundation, President; Arnold Air Society, 
President; International Students Society; Homework Hall. 

CHARLES PUTNEY, Mill Valley, California; International 
Affairs. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Russian Club, President; Execu- 
tive Officer, ROTC; Gate and Key; Wesley Foundation, 
President. 




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SUSAN C. QUILLIAN. Virginia: Psychology. Elma Lewis 
Harvey Scholarship. 



Fourth Row: 

SUZANNE QUINBY, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Element- 
ary Education. Chi Omega: WAA High Bowler, Bowling 
League; High Ball Dance Committee; I SAB, Vice President, 
Representative; Big Sis; Homecoming Committee; SNEA. 



RITA MARIE RAGAN, Chevy Chase, Maryland; Elemen- 
tary Education. Kappa Alpha Theta, Corresponding Secre- 
tary; SNEA, Secretary: Delegate to Junior Panhellenic. 



CATHY DELANEY RAUGUST, Alexandria, Virginia; Ele- 
mentary Education. 

BARBARA LEE REBHUN, New York, New York; Speech 
Therapy. Phi Sigma Sigma, President, Rush Chairman, So- 
cial Chairman; Big Sis Board, Publicity Chairman; Chair- 
man, Junior Advisors Madison Hall; Colonial Cruise, Pub- 
licity Chairman; Hatchet, Jr. and Sr. Staff; Hillel; Alpha 
Theta Nu; Treasurer, Sigma Alpha Eta; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma Alumni Association Scholarship; Publicity Com- 
mittee, Career Conference, Recipient of Outstanding Di- 
rectors Cup; Who's Who Among Students. 

SANDRA IRENE RESNICK, Washington, D. C.: French. 
Hillel, Ball of Fire Chairman, Brunch Series Chairman, News- 
paper Editor; Modern Dance Productions; French Club, 
Treasurer, Vice President; International Student Society; 
SNEA. 




I feel ile I'm beinq watched. 




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First Row: 

HARRY MILFORD REICHERT, JR., Conshohocken, Penn- 
sylvania; International Affairs. 

RITA ERNESTINE REINER, Alexandria, Virginia; Sociology. 
Messiah Chorus; Troubadors; National Angel Flight; Inter- 
national Students Society; Spanish Club; Young Democrats. 

PETER WAYNE RICE, Millington, New Jersey; Internation- 
al Affairs. International Students Society. 

SUSAN MARSHA ROGOFF, Hollis Hills, New York; Ele- 
mentary Education. Sigma Delta Tau; Hatchet; Sigma Delta 
Tau Activities Chairman; May Day Committee. 

WILFRED AUGUST ROHDE, Washington, *D. C.; Civil 
Engineering. Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice President, Secretary; 
Secretary Student Chapter ASCE; Gate and Key. 

Second Row: 

MARK DAVID ROSEN, Washington, D. C.; American 
Thought and Civilization. 

AMY JEAN ROSENBURG, New York. New York; History. 

JOEL ROSENBURG, Plainfield. New Jersey. International 
Affairs. Phi Sigma Delta, Pledge Vice President. Corres- 
ponding Secretary, Vice Master, Master; Hatchet, Mural 



Mirror, Intramural Editor; Old Men, Corresponding Secre- 
tary; Colonial Boosters, Special Projects Chairman, Treas- 
urer; Pre-Legal Society, Vice President; Gate and Key; 
Order of Scarlet. 

SUSAN BETH ROSENBURG, Mt. Vernon, New York; Psy- 
chology. Alpha Epsilon Phi, House Chairman, Recording 
Secretary; Hillel; Messiah Chorus; Dean's List; Delphi. 

JUDITH ROSENTHAL, Pennsylvania; Upper Columbian. 
President, Crawford Hall; Vice President of University Play- 
ers; Messiah Chorus; Who's Who Among Students. 

Third Row: 

ARNOLD ROSS, Florida; Columbian College. 

GAIL HELAINE ROSS, Washington, D. C.; Elementary 
Education. Phi Sigma Sigma; Tassels; Big Sis; Hillel. 

ERIC MICHAEL RUBIN, Passaic, New Jersey; Public Af- 
fairs. Alpha Epsilon Pi, Rush Chairman; Student Council, 
Comptroller; Young Democrats, Vice President; Old Men, 
Social Chairman; Order of Scarlet; Homecoming, Float 
Parade Chairman, Publicity Chairman; Colonial Cruise, 
Publicity Director; Cherry Tree, Associate Editor; Who's 
Who Among Students. 

MERLE DOROTHY RUDERFER, New York, New York; 
Speech. Alpha Epsilon Phi, President, Vice President, Rush 
Chairman, Social Chairman; Delphi, Informal Rush Chair- 



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man; Hatchet; Modern Dance Group; Drama Group; Big 
Sis. 

ERIN M. RYAN, Carlisle, Pennsylvania; Latin American 
Civilization. Newman Club, Vice President; Religious Coun- 
cil, Secretary; National Angel Flight; Transfer from Uni- 
versity of Hawaii. 

Fourth Row: 

THOMAS ANTHONY RYAN, Providence, Rhode Island; 
History. 

ELLEN JUDITH SALTZ, Psychology. Potomac, Editor; 
Strong Hall Dorm Council; Social Chairman; Pi Delta Ep- 
silon, Spring Workshop of Dorm Councils, Co-Chairman; 
Potomac, Publicity Editor; Who's Who Among Students. 

ANN RUSSELL SAMMIS, English Literature. Potomac, 
Prose and Poetry Staff, United Christian Fellowship; Mes- 
siah Chorus. 

ANN SANDERS, Las Cruces, New Mexico; American 
Thought and Civilization. Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Class Presi- 
dent; Canterbury Club; Young Republicans; Big Sis. 

BEATRICE K. SANDAHL, McLean, Virginia; Kappa Alpha 
Theta, Social Chairman, Corresponding Secretary, House 
Chairman, Model Pledge; Strong Hall President; Reviewing 
Board; Home Economics Club, Vice President; Student 
Council, Publicity Committee; Spring Concert, Publicity 
Committee. 



One loaf of bread, a dozen eggs . . . 



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I wanna hold your hand. 



First Row: 

SARAH ELIZABETH SANDERS, Art: Delta Zeta, Rush 
Chairman, Standards. 

ROBERT DAVID SAROW, Saginaw, Michigan; Inti Affairs. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

MIRIAM S. SASS, Potomac, Md.; Elementary Education. 
Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Trainer, Song Chairman, President; 
SNEA Publicity Chairman, President; Messiah Chorus; May 
Queen Committee Sub-Chairman; Delphi; Junior Advisor; 
Big Sis Board Vice President; Inter-Resident Hall Board 
President; Transfer: Centre College, Danville, Ky.; Who's 
Who Among Students. 

STEPHEN CARL SCHAEFFER, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Political 
Science. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Omicron Kappa Delta; Order of 
Scarlet President; Student Union Board President; Perform- 
ing Arts Committee; Booster Board Membership Comm.; 
AEPi Executive Board; Associate Editor of Cherry Tree; 
Homecoming Committee; Fall and Spring Concert Com- 
mittees; Hatchet Staff, Campus Combo, Intramural Sports; 
Who's Who Among Students. 

RICHARD SAUL SCHNEIDER, Zoology. Alpha Epsilon Pi; 
Hatchet Advertising Manager, Sales Manager of Student 
Directory; Asst Zoology Lab Instructor, Aescupalapian 
Society. 

Second Row: 

LENORE SCHREIBER, History. Alpha Lambda Delta. 




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PAUL MAURICE SCHWAB. Baltimore, Md.; Economics. 
Alpha Epsilon Pi; Student Council President; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; President Phi Eta Sigma; Chairman Colonial 
Cruise; Order of Scarlet, Student Life Comm.; University 
Center Comm.; Student Planning Commission; Alpha Theta 
Nu; Alumni Scholar; Old Men; Booster Board Staff; Hatch- 
et Staff; Intramural Sports; Who's Who Among Students. 

JOSEPH LEONARD SCHWARTZ, New York; International 
Affairs. 



JUDITH SCHWARTZ, Illinois; International Affairs. Sigma 
Delta Tau; Panhellenic Representative, I SAB Rep. 

KAREN J. SCOTT, Arlington, Va.; History; Zeta Tau Al- 
pha; Sorority President; Panhellenic Council; Dean's List; 
Alpha Theta Nu; Panhellenic Pledge Scholarship Prize; 
Transfer: West Hampton College, University of Richmond. 

Third Row: 

SHIRLEY EVE SEGAL, Norfolk, Va.; Zoology. Phi Sigma, 
Sigma, Hillel, Big Sis, Miss Model Pledge Runner-up. 

DIANE SELTZER, Rockville Centre, New York; Elementary 
Education; Chi Omega; French Club; Young Republicans; 
Urban Service Corps. 

MARIE LOUISE SELTZER, Washington, D. C.; American 
Thought and Civilization. Kappa Gamma Gamma; Dance 



Production; B*g Sis; Panne e r "c* Dec- Sc r or‘*. - r e : se^ 
Intramural Soorts. 

MARTHA JANE SHAY, Malvern, Pennsylvania* Am His- 
tory. Kappa Kappa Gamma* Tennis Team* Troubadours* 
Glee Club Manager. 

RICHARD SHEEHAN Journalism. 

Fourth Row; 

RICHARD SINGER. Washington, D. C.* Mechanica' En- 
gineering. 

A. NEAL SIMMONS. Amenia. N.Y.; Political Science. Al- 
pha Epsilon Pi; Transfer from Dutchess Community Col- 
lege; Chairman Fall Concert; Executive Board of Old Men* 
Order of Scarlet* Frat Social Chairman; Ticket Committee 
Spring Concert; Publicity — Fall Concert* Facilities Chair- 
man for Colonial Cruise. 

PAUL DAVID SLATTERY, Bay Village, Ohio; International 
Affairs. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Pershing Rifles; International 
Students Society; Unitarian Club; Old Men Board* Frat 
Activity Chairman; Career Conference. 

JONATHAN H. SLAVIN. Brooklyn, N.Y.; Psychology. Al- 
pha Theta Nu* Chess Team; Treasurer Chess Club; Hillel* 
Folk Singing Club. 

BARRY LaMONT SMITH. Arlington, Va.; Physical Educa- 
tion. Crew Captain, Intramural Assistant. 




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Blasted Union food! Time for my class and the spoon is stuck. 



First Row: 

DONALD P. SMITH, Jamestown, New York; Public Affairs. 
Young Republicans. 



LINDA CLAIRE SMITH, Washington, D. C.; Economics. 



DOMINIC SORRENTINO, Business Administration. Alpha 
Kappa Psi, Vice President; Henry Howlett Scholarship; Al- 
pha Theta Nu. 



KAREN LEIGH SPARRA, Chemistry. Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma; Newman Club. 



KARL SPENCE, Washington, D. C.; American Thought and 
Civilization. 



Second Row: 

JETTA NADINE SPIRT, Falls Church, Virginia; Elementary 
Education. Cherry Tree, Editor-in-Chief, Section Editor; 
Kappa Delta Sorority, President, Vice President, Activities 
Chairman, Historian; Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and Universities; Big Sis; Delphi; Fash- 
ion Show Chairman, Model; Pi Delta Epsilon; Panhellenic 
Membership Committee; Student National Education As- 
sociation; Student Publications Committee. 




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MICHAEL T. STEINMAN, Chicago, Illinois; Political Sci- 
ence. Alpha Epsilon Pi, Chairman of Extracurricular Activi- 
ties Committee; Upper Columbian Representative in Stu- 




dent Council, Chairman of Faculty-Student Liason Com- 
mittee on Academic Affairs; Pi Delta Epsilon, Vice Presi- 
dent; Omicron Delta Kappa, Treasurer; Order of Scarlet; 
Cultural Foundation, Program Chairman; Crew Team; Fall 
Concert, Sub-Chairman; Potomac, Prose Editor; Who's 
Who Among Students. 

MARC GENE STANLEY, Washington, D. C.; History. Al- 
pha Epsilon Pi; Young Democrats. 

PRESTON GARY STERN, Yonkers, New York; Zoology. 
Alpha Epsilon Pi; Aesculapian Society, Activities Chairman, 
Treasurer; Rifle Team; Student Directory; Student Hand- 
book; Homecoming. 

RAE ELLEN STROHL, Elementary Education. Transfer from 
Adelphi College, Garden City, New York; Hillel; Big Sis; 
Sigma Delta Tau; Student National Education Association. 

Third Row: 

FRANK C. TAYLOR, Atlanta, Georgia; Sociology. Sigma 
Chi, Pledge Trainer; Order of Scarlet; Dance Production; 
Homecoming Musical, Pajama Game. 

ROBERT TAYLOR, Virginia: Economics. 

KENNETH WARREN THOMPSON, Washington, D. C.; 
Electrical Engineering. Mecheleciv Magazine, Advertising 
Manager; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, 
Vice Chairman; Baptist Student Union; Old Men. 



MARIE ANN TINACCI, Highland, New York; Psychology. 
Newman Club; Messiah Chorus; Dorm Council — Madison 
Hall; Big Sis, Junior Advisor; Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Al- 
pha. 

LARRY O. TINGLE, Washington, D. C.; Psychology. 

Fourth Row: 

VEDA ANN TUDOR, Washington, D. C.; Journalism. Sig- 
ma Delta Tau, Career Conference, Chairman; Panhellenic 
Delegate; Hatchet, Panhellenic Editor: Freshman Hand- 
book; Big Sis; Hillel; Folk Singing Group. 

BEVERLY LOUISE UPDIKE, Sapulpa, Oklahoma; Political 
Science. Colby Junior College: Senior Counselor; Member 
Judicial Governing Body; Yearbook, Social Chairman; 
Dorm Procter; Representative-at-Large; Institute for Ameri- 
can Universities, Aix-en-Provence, France. 

PETER VENNEWITZ, Portland, Oregon; Statistics. Sigma 
Chi, Secretary; President of Adams Hall; Old Men; Young 
Democrats, Vice President. 

JACQUELINE ANNE VERMETTE, Arlington, Virginia: 
French. Delta Gamma, I SAB Representative. Recording 
Secretary; French Club; Biq Sis: Madison Hall Newspaper; 
Mardi Gras Publicity. 

DIODATO VILLAMENA, New York, New York- History. 
Pi Kappa Alpha. Spanish Club; University Players; Inter- 
fraternity Council: S.B.G. 



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First Row: 

LOUIS PAUL WAGMAN, Silver Spring, Maryland: Elec- 
tronic Engineering. Phi Sigma Delta, Vice President, Treas- 
urer; Oder of Scarlet- Alpha Theta Nu, Vice President- 
Phi Eta Sigma, President; Old Men; Alma Hand Britten 
Scholarships- School of Engineering and Applied Science 
Scholarship. 



MARC RICHARD WAGSHAL, Washington, D. C.; Ac- 
counting. S.E.C.; Alpha Kappa PsI : Old Men; Hillel; French 
Club. 



CAROLYN ANN WALSTROM, Bronxville, New York; Ele- 
mentary Education. Young Republicans Club. 



JILL WARREN, Kappa Kappa Gamma, President; Who's 
Who Among Students; Mortar Board, President; Outstand- 
ing Junior; Chairman of Planning Commission, Tassels. 



NANCY JANE WEBSTER, Connecticut; Geography. Kap- 
pa Kappa Gamma. 



Second Row: 

HOWARD H. WEN, Washington, D. C.; Mechanical En- 
gineering. ASME. 



SALLY JEAN WELCH, West Bend, Wisconsin; Elementary 
Education. Student National Education Association. 



ELIZABETH HOWARTH WELLS, Hyattsville, Maryland; 
Psychology. Delta Zeta, President; Trustees Scholarship; 
Wesley Foundation; Big Sis; Young Republicans; Alpha 
Theta Nu: Career Conference. 



BOHDAN WENGLOWSKY, Florida; International Affairs. 
Sigma Chi. 



CHRISTINE GURAN WENGLOWSKY, Rochester, New 
York; Home Economics. Kappa Delta; Russian Club, Treas- 
urer; ISAB, Treasurer, Secretary; Big Sis; Dorm Council; 
Newman Club. 



Third Row: 

MARY JANE WESTFALL, Bronxville, New York; Interna- 
tional Affairs. 



JAMES R. WHITNEY, Falls Church, Virginia; Business Ad- 
ministration. Sigma Nu, Pledge Trainer, Kitchen Manager, 
House Manager, Treasurer, Lt. Commander, Athletic Chair- 
man; Crew; Spanish Club; Old Men, Treasurer; Gate and 
Key. 




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^ AN WISE. Washington, D. C.* Psychology. Alpha Ep- 
i'lon Pi, House Manager; Campus Combo, Chairman* 
Omicron Delta Kappa; Order of Scarlet; All-Intramural 
Football and Basketball; Alpha Theta Nu; Gate and Key; 
Member at Large of Aesculapian Society; Emma K. Carr 
Scholar; Howard Henry Howlett Scholar; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Who s Who Among Students. 



Fourth Row: 

SHARON LEE WOLFE, Annadale, Virginia; Education. 
Sigma Kappa, Pledge Class President, Treasurer, Pledge 
Trainer, Miss Sigma Kappa Award; WAA, Basketball Man- 
ager, Secretary-Treasurer, Outstanding Manager Award; 
Delphi; Tassels; Pi Lambda Theta; Alpha Theta Nu; Big Sis: 
Student NEA. 



MIRIAM MARGOLIE WOLKINSON, Washington, D. C.; 
English Literature. 



JAMES P. ZALE, Chicago, Illinois; Geography. 



ELAINE ZARITSKY, New York; Psychology. Sigma Delta 
Tau, Pledge Trainer, Rush Chairman; Hillel; Hatchet, Circu- 
lation Staff; Big Sis; May Day Comptroller; Cherry Tree. 




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Don't you wish everyone used Dial? 



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How long did you say this class lasts? 




I'm failing, that's why I want to drop the course. 



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These country stores are always out of stock. 



Let's see, the worst I could have gotten was a 43, and the best a 49. 



Extra! Extra! Official explanation of where your tuition goes. 




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Go Greek! 




You spelled my name wrong. 



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Every fall the George Washington University puts 
on a glittering gold cape to impress the incoming fresh- 
men with the joys of "Going Greek." This seasonal mask 
— or masque — is known as Rush. 

And rush is the word for it. Rush to fraternity house 
to decorate for the party, rush to the union to play Joe 
College, rush to the liquor store to pick up some vodka, 
rush to the girls' dorm to find dates for five rushmen, 
and finally rush to the freshman mixer to survey the 
crop. 

But the rushman never knows this behind-the-scenes 
bedlam. He sees brotherhood and beautiful girls and 
"cool guys" anxious to buy him beer. He hears, "What 
do you think of our bunnies?" "Have you met Tom, he s 
president of . . . ." "Well, uh, our scholarship program 
is something we're really working on. You see . . . .' 
What freshman could but heed the call of this ancient 
mysticism. 



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Stop that rushman! 



Strong Hall ladies we are . . . 



And this is one of our past sweethearts. 



This is the way you earn your merit badges. 




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The girls, of course, don't present their Great Fall 
Spectacular in quite the same way that fraternities do. 
Sororities are fragile and feminine and formal about it: 
perfectly planned parties with tea and crumpets, discus- 
sions about English lit and summer jobs, well practiced 
skits, tactful lack of reference to competition, and the 
soft sell, girls, all the way. 

The rushees leave to the strains of sorority hymns, 
and THEN — the lid pops off! Shoes get kicked into cor- 
ners, herds throng to the kitchen to devour the remain- 
ing crumpets, curses upon the Alpha Alpha Alphas rise 
above the increasing hubbub, a closet opens and 40,000 
purses, books, and "membership selection" lists fall to 
the floor, while the rush chairman faints dead away on 
top of the name tags for the next party. Fragile, fem- 
inine and formal — Rush is still the word for it. 




A view/ from the top of the stairs. 



At the end of the storm is a golden light. 




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The storm of indecision. 



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fat 



We brung em back with a bang! The team came 
home to play its last game of the season in D.C. Stadi- 
um; the alumni came home to remember the good old 
days. Everyone was greeted by a week s festivities — 
Homecoming. 

Homecoming began with the Fall Concert. We 
tapped our feet to the tunes of The Lettermen and then 
applauded at the introduction of the 1963-1964 Home- 
coming Queen, the lovely Miss Nancy Steinberg. 

Later that week we were transported to the Scot- 
tish highlands by Julian Barry's hard-working cast that 
presented Lerner and Lowe's hit musical, Brigadoon. We 
came to see them, bended to their songs, their dances, 
their overall charm. We were proud of our friends. 

Next on the agenda was the float parade — with the 
gracious permission of the third precinct, of course. We 
stayed up all Thursday night stuffing crepe paper into 
chicken wire and hammering nails into plywood. And we 
grew as punchy as prize-fighters. It’s strange that after 
no sleep nothing strikes one quite so funny as seeing 
an entire float being blown over. But the Parade must 
go on — and to the strains of On Wisconsin it did! 

After the parade did we go to sleep as we should 
have? No, of course not; we went to the GIGIF. We 
got our thirty-fifth wind with the kiss of the hops and 
rejuvenated our lifeless limbs sufficiently to shape them 
into the contortions of the bird and the frug. 

Then came the climax of Homecoming on Saturday 
afternoon. We won! We defeated Brigham Young Uni- 
versity 23 to 6. If anyone wondered how to overcome 
student apathy, he found out during that game! 

We celebrated that night at the National Guard 
Armory, which was miraculously transformed from its 
track meet atmosphere to a glorious ballroom by eight 
pounds of glitter and five miles of crepe paper. The 
music of Les and Larry Elgart was the perfect back- 
ground for an enjoyable evening. 

The next morning, what remained? Memories, of 
course, paper and wire and wood in the parking lot, 
bourbon and coke stains on velvet skirts, and headaches. 
Except for the Homecoming Chairman; his headache 
had at long last ended. 



The Letter-M EN ? 





Presenting Miss Nancy Steinberg, the newly crowned Homecoming 
Queen. 



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Distractions, distractions, distractions. 



If we just had some feathers we could stuff a mattress for it. 



I'm going to ride on the float. 



SAE's railroad another victory. 



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Here comes Santa! 




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Merrily we float along. 



The Wastemakers. 



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If we don't win the game I’ll cry. More Parks sausages. Mom. 



No kidding, baby, there is a submarine race tonight. 



Our lovely Homecoming Queen is overwhelmed by the admiring crowds. 








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The week after Homecoming is a time for every- 
one to recuperate from the festivities and perhaps get 
a little homework done — but not sorority pledges. Back 
rooms of sorority apartments are enveloped in secrecy 
as pledges frantically try to create a five minute skit 
worthy of a Broadway production. This year the theme 
of goat show was "Happiness is ... Each skit had to 
contain in a clever and original way, the brilliantly con- 
ceived line, "Holy mackeral, mammy jammy,' which 
somehow or another won a trophy for the Phi Sigma 
Deltas. 

After a frantic week filled with such excitement as 
lost scripts and rejected lines, the pledges of the thirteen 
sororities put on a good show for all those who had 
brought their can of food and paid a quarter. The 
time in between the skits was filled with witty repartee 
between Stan Baritz and the audience. 

Phi Sigma Sigma won the trophy for ensemble with 
their clever spoof of communism; the Chi O’s and the 
Zetas tied for originality; and the KD's and Norman 
were awarded the trophy for audience appeal. The 
happy winners could only say one thing: "Holy mackeral, 
mammy jammy, happiness is winning! ' 



The Kappa Deltas calmly accept their triumph. 




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I think I liked the movie better. 





And remember son Daddy end I are depending on you. 



Dear Diary . . . 



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See Dick, see Dick run. 



Panicked student crams for his exams. 



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Home, James! 



I have a sudden craving for a donut. 



Really Professor, at your age! 



Christmas comes bu^ once a /ear — *hank c^od! 



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Rise up students of the world you have nothing to lose but your grades. 





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The Blue Book is relatively innocuous in appear- 
ance. But to all seekers of knowledge it is the symbol 
of that traditional semi-annual torture known as exami- 
nations. 

These metaphorical racks and wheels are preceded 
by the merciful few days known as the reading period, 
during which the student frantically gathers up notes 
for cut classes and discovers that the Reprint Book 
Store is sold out of every outline book he needs. Self- 
organized and misplanned seminars are held all through 
the nights. These study sessions produce a unique form 
of humor known as punch-drunkenness, and for some 
reason unknown to God, man or the history depart- 
ment, King James I suddenly incites greater hilarity 
than Red Skelton ever will. Another phenomenon of 
study under pressure and thirty cups of coffee is that 
the mystery of T. S. Eliot, the continental glacier or 
some such equally elusive subject is completely un- 
veiled before the student's previously befuddled eyes. 

By 8:20 a.m. the student has finally organized the 
course and realizes what he has to learn; he then has 
ten minutes in which to learn it. Whether or not he 
does learn it is the unknown quantity, but he some- 
how stumbles, groggy-eyed and grubby, into the prop- 
er classroom and pours out two hours' worth of his 
soul, mind and body into that little Blue Book. 

The Book then passes into the hands of a pro- 
fessor who is no more overjoyed at the prospect of 
blinding himself on surrealistic penmanship, of shiver- 
ing at undergraduates' un-grammar, un-diction, and 
un-spelling, of paging through the identical informa- 
tion with just enough variety in error to demand his 
attention, than was the student at composing this 
labor of hate. 




I wonder if it's too late to drop this course. 



But the student is finished: not only the Blue Book 
changes hands, but also his Fate. The student can go 
home and sleep through semester break. 

Th.s will nnake you WEEP Mr. Gallagher. 




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"Come one, come all! The spectacular events of 
Derby Day are about to begin! See the Greek wonders 
in their exotic dungarees! Support them in their athletic 
endeavors! They run! They jump! They slide! They throw 
pies like experts!" 

And so they come; they come each spring to that 
traditional competition sponsored by the Sigma Chi 
Fraternity, which tests our sorority women on such di- 
verse and sundry necessary skills as beer can opening, 
egg-throwing, and whipped cream gobbling. The one, 
the only, Derby Day! 

Derby Day! Ah, the term conjures up such blissful 
remembrances. What participant can forget those hours 
in the scorching sun, the kindly, encouraging cheers from 
the fraternity audience, the skinned knees, the broken 
fingernails . . . ? 

Everyone remembers the enthusiasm, the winning, 
the losing, the laughing, the screaming. But most of all 
. . . the fun. 



. . . and let her sleep under the bar. 







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Do I really have a nice physique? 




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Oh! My ice! 



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The May Day Queens Linda Nusbaum and Suzanne Ritter, watch the M ; ns*rel Show with attendants, Carol Carlson, Jane Bayol and Jeanette 
Murphy. 



Student Council President Paul Schwab presenting May Da 
Queens. 




Lmda Sennett distributes Order of Scarlet sashes to new members. 




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Stan Baritz wins first place in individual competition in May Day Min- 
strel Show. 



Tfouf 'Day 

TfCCttafoeC 

This year the traditional All-U Follies and May Day 
were combined into the May Day Minstrel. 

All-U Follies is a talent show open to all members 
of the student body. Trophies are given in two cate- 
gories: individual competition and group competition. 
Entertainment is also given by groups not competing for 
trophies — the Dance Production Group, the Glee Club, 
and the Universities Players. 

May Day recognizes those students and organiza- 
tions which have achieved some merit in the field of 
University activities. The May Queen Court, chosen 
from the women elected to Who's Who In American 
Colleges and Universities, is introduced. Various awards, 
such as Colonial Booster and Intramural Forensic tro- 
phies, are presented. Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar 
Board, Order of Scarlet, and Pi Delta Epsilon tap new 
members. Recognition at May Day is an honor well- 
cherished by any student with an interest in the Uni- 
versity. 



"An evening (Heaven forbid) with Ron and Bob." 




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(Potential (Prutioe 



"Cruising down the river on a Saturday afternoon 

What could be more pleasant on a warm spring 
day than a relaxing cruise down the crystalline Potomac 
— college students enjoying the wholesome fellowship of 
their friends, while strains of the Alma Mater are audi- 
ble in every nook and cranny of the luxurious yacht. 

What could be more exciting than an afternoon at 
the playland of the gods, Marshall Field — softball, carou- 
sels, picnics beneath the elms, dancing, and, uh, more 
wholesome fellowship, the All-American pastimes. 

Perhaps the Colonial Cruise of the George Wash- 
ington University doesn't quite live up to that idyllic 
description, but aren't we glad? We enjoy having our 
beer impounded. 



I'll row first! 




Can’t those slaves row faster? 





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Aw, shaddup! Come tell Daddy all about it. 




Look, Ma, I'm riding a horse. 



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Fancy meeting you here. 



The coast is clear, now I can grab a quick one. 




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nrst row: 

H. Heclo 



Second row 

J. Becker 
R. Ferrara 



Phi Beta Kappa, founded in 
1776 at the College of William 
and Mary, was the first 'Greek 
letter’ society. Today it is the best 
known scholastic honor society in 
the country, and recognizes "In- 
tellectual capacity well employed," 
especially in the liberal arts. 



Third row: 

C. Phillips 
M. Musselman 



Fourth row: S. Holstein. T. Cabarga. M. Paul, R. Walker 









First row: 

A. Oibrich 




Second row: 

J. Mandel 
R. Zellner 



New members of the District 
of Columbia Alpha Chapter are 
chosen in the fall and spring of 
each year from members of the 
junior and senior classes with out- 
standing academic records. 



Third row: 

P. Schwab 
J. MarHneau 



Fourth row: A. Wise, M. Cross 
T. Tanenbaum J. Young. 







Kate Avery 



Sandra Cain 



Stephen Baer 



Stewart Bentley 



Gerald Chizever 



Deborah Coiner 



'Z0&O.& 'ZOZto s4*Ha*ta Students ctt 



Jeffery Hoffman 
Barbara Rebhun 



Diana Jones 
Judy Rosenthal 



Linda Kahn 
Eric Rubin 



Bernard Leviss 
Mimsi Sass 




Thirty-seven university 
students who have managed 
to compile an impressive list 
of activities and services for 
the university have been se- 
lected for the 1964-65 edition 
of Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in Universities and Col- 
leges. 

To be nominated for 
Who's Who, students must 
have shown "outstanding ef- 
fort and achievement in schol- 
arship, leadership and citizen- 
ship." 

Steve Schaeffer Paul Schwab 






John Diesem 



Richard Duenlcel 



Leah Figelman 



Janet Friclcs 



Jeannie Gladding 



Beverly Heilman 



(ZoCCeyeA a«tct 'Zi*ttiten4itce& 



Mary Maddox 
Richard Singer 



Joan Mandel 
Jetta Spirt 



Alice Martinson 
Michael Steinman 



Sherrie Peterson 
Jill Warren 



Judith Popowslcy 
Alan Wise 



Not pictured 
are: 

Diclc Drummond 
Ellen Saltz 
Ronald Walt 
Richard Zellner 



Linda Sennett 







Left to right: Seated: L. Grover, A. Fenton, R. McKay, E. Gre?n, W. Cox. Standing: I. Ruedyir, D. Tentyke, F. Joeoln, A. Nelson, 
D. Fripp, H. Howard, L. Kerr, E. Griffith, P. Tobin. 




Officers 1963-64. Left to right: L. Grover 2nd vice-president: C. Trundel treasurer; R. McKay. 
1st vice-president; F. Reddin. corresponding secretary; R. Bryron recording secretary; A. Fenton, 
president. 



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Pi Lambda Theta is a National 
Honor and Professional association 
for women in education. The pur- 
poses of the society include the 
recognition of women of superior 
scholastic achievement and high 
potential for leadership, and the 
promotion of professional fellow- 
ship and cooperation. In 1956 the 
chapter established the Pi Lambda 
Theta prize, awarded annually to 
the outstanding senior woman stu- 
dent in the field of education. 



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Chapter Editor. Joan Mandel 
Diana Jones 





President, Jill Warren 



TTfazt&i ‘Saavd 

Mortar Board is the national sen- 
ior women’s honorary which chooses 
members on the basis of scholarship, 
leadership and service to the Univer- 
sity. New members, not to exceed 
nine senior women, are tapped each 
spring at the May Day Program. Mor- 
tar Board sponsors Tassels and se- 
lects the Big Sis Board. Other func- 
tions include Study Panels; the annual 
Smarty Party; various programs of 
service, including the organization of 
a commuter car pool and plans for a 
library in the women's dormitories, 
and a constant encouragement of 
high scholarship and leadership. 

Alice Martinson 





Treasurer, Linda Sennett 




Recording Secretary 

Jean Gladding 



Corresponding Secretary 

Sandra Cain 




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Left to right: First row: V. Clark, D. Gnodde. E. Rubin, P. Schwab, L. SenneH”, G. Chizever, S. Baer. Second row: D. Coiner, L. Berkowitz, D. Jones, 
S. Schaeffer, M. Steinman, B. Leviss, R. Shearer. S. Cain. Third row: R. Russart, V. Tarulis. 







Student (Zeuucil 



Officers 

President Paul Schwab 

Vice-president ..• Linda Sennett 

Advocate .... Dirk Gnodde 

Secretary Sandy Cain 

Comptroller Eric Rubin 

Treasurer Jerry Chizever 

Member-at-large John Diesem 



Activities Council 

Activities Director . Steve Baer 
Program Director Buddy Leviss 

Publicity Director Vytas Tarulis 

Freshman Director Rolf Russart 
Student Union Board 

Chairman Steve Schaeffer 



School Representatives 

School of Education ..... Debby Coiner 

School of Government Dennis Jones 

School of Engineering Richard Shearer 

School of Pharmacy Lance Berkowitz 

Upper Columbian ...... ..... Mike Steinman 

Lower Columbian . Victor Clark 

School of Medicine Jack Holmes 




President Paul Schwab 




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Left to right, first row: C. Mack. B. Clements, J. Fricks, A. Goldberg — chairman, B. Slayden, P. Jones. Second row: R. 
Millman, A. Levin, B. Wallace, W. Howell, L. Grubbs. 



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The Colonial Boosters promote school 
spirit for athletic events. Boosters sponsor 
"George, Martha and Nelson II," the 
school mascots, booster sections at all home 
games, pep rallies, car cavalcades, poster 
contests and house decorations. 




OFFICERS 



Allan Goldberg 
Barbara Clements 
Judy Allen 



CHAIRMAN 
MEMBERSHIP 
SPECIAL PROJECTS 






TREASURER 
PUBLICITY 
SECRETARY 
PEP RALLIES 



Joel Rosenberg 
Pat Jones, Alan Levine 
Billie Slayden 
Karen Clift 



SEATING AND TRANSPORTATION 
ENTERTAINMENT 



Bill Howell 
Jan Fricks 








For the second year, Boosters has spon- 
sored the Homecoming Sweepstakes. On 
May Day, they award Booster Cups to the 
Greek and independent groups who have 
earned the most booster points during the 
year. Also awarded on May Day is the 
"Andy Davis*' award, given to the person 
who has done the most for school spirit. 






MIKE SCRUDATO 

Business Manager 

BOB LAYCOCK 

Assistant Business Manager 



Photographers: 

JIM BLACK 
WALTER KRUG 




SUSAN BALLINGER, Honoraries Editor 




GINNY LANGEN, 



Senior Editor 



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FRANK MASCI PAT JONES 

Greek Editors 




CLAUDIA CHAILLE 

Queens Editor 



JOHN TUCKER, Sports Editor 




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JANET FRICKS, Art Editor 



JANE WOLF 

Administration 

Editor 



PEGGY SIMES 

and 

HELEN CLARK 



Looking Back 
Editors 





The 




BOARD OF EDITORS 

(left to right) 

MARY MADDOX 
JOAN MANDEL 
BILL BENTON 



First row: l-r: F. Masci, L. Shaub. B. Clements. C. Reid. 

Second row: B. Davies. L. Storey, D. Szostack, B. Laycock, J. 
Leupold. V. Tarulis. 






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Richard Singer 

President 



Judy Popowslcy 

Vice-president 



Lee Young 

Secretary 






John Starke 




Joseph Hailer 




Richard Shearer 
Perry Saidman 




Erling Jacobsen 
Tom McIntosh 




Engineers’ Open House Week 



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Bob Millard 
Jerry Edwards 




Vytas Tarulis 







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The American Society of 
Civil Engineers takes its mem- 
bership from those students in 
the engineering school study- 
ing civil engineering. Through 
regular meetings, lectures, and 
various social functions, the so- 
ciety strives to achieve fellow- 
ship and professional aid to 
the students. 




Left to right: Seated: B. Beacham; W. Rohde, secretary; R. Weiss; F. Leone, president; W. Pryor, 
council representative; J. Nemechek. Standing: M. Saab, M. Costello, E. Fishlowitz. 



Left to right: Seated: M. Car. secretary; R. Mitchell, vice-chairman; M. Carr, chairman; T. Tin- 
ley. treasurer. Standing: H. Wen. R. Alvarez, B. Millard. C. Pritchett. J. Brinkmoeller. J. Edwards, 
T. McIntosh. 



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The American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers was formed for 
the purpose of professional ad- 
vancement of mechanical engineer- 
ing students. To achieve this end, 
the society holds regular monthly 
meetings at which time speakers 
are heard. Other activities include 
a student paper competition, and 
an active participation in the An- 
nual Engineers Week. 



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Front row, left to right: J. Nemechek; C. Alonso; R. Mitchell, recording secretary; B. Pulfrey, corresponding 
secretary; D. Jones, president; J. Hanson, treasurer; T. Tinley. vice-president. Back row: Professor M. Ojalvo, 
Professor R. Fox, E. Jocobsen, H. Flatt, P. Kaplan, T. McIntosh, G. Fonner. W. Crater. 



Tau Beta Pi, a 
national engineering 
honorary, was 
founded at Lehigh 
University in 1885 
to mark in a fitting 
manner those who 
have conferred hon- 
or on their alma 
mater by distin- 
guished scholarship 
and exemplary char- 
acter as undergrad- 
uates in engineering, 
or by their attain- 
ments as alumni in 
the field of engin- 
eering, and to fos- 
ter a spirit of liberal 
culture in the engin- 
eering colleges of 
America. The honor- 
ary takes its mem- 
bership from the 
upper one-eighth of 
the junior class and 
upper one-fifth of 
the senior class. 
During the year the 
group sponsors var- 
ious service projects. 



Front row, left to right: H. Lorenzetti, secretary; R. Shearer, chairman; K. Thompson vice-chair- 
man; J. Popowsky, engineer's council representative; D. Lee, treasurer. 



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The aims of the Institute of 
Electrical and Electronics Engi- 
neers is the advancement of the- 
ories and practices of engineer- 
ing and its allied arts and sci- 
ences. The I.E.E.E. fosters the 
maintenance of high technical 
and professional standards. To 
develop administrative experi- 
ence and to strengthen profes- 
sional standards, a broad and bal- 
anced educational and social pro- 
gram is planned for its members. 






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Standing: Michael Bentzen, Managing Editor. 
Seated: Linda K. Lee, Editor-in-Chief. 



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Review 








Associate Editors, First row: M. E. Goldstein, C. A. Dougherty, 
P. H. Heller. Second row: A. Capp, J. Stokes. D. Urey, H. Berliner. 



Staff. First row: L. T. Pirkey, T. L. Steffen, R. E. Corry, Jr. Second row: 
J. E. Szabo, H. J. Rudge, R. D. West. 








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Front row, left to right: M. Bernot, R. Moll, Secretary; G. Sazama. Treasurer: H. Heclo. President: J. Pincus. Vice-President. Second row: B. Hala 
mandaris. L. Platt, M. Cohen, S. Savkar, A. Honanyan. J. Paulson. D. Meek. T. Harris, V. Clark. Back row: G. Henigan, Director; K. Sanders, As 
sistant Director. Not pictured: J. Hansen. P. Chemnick, S. Chakravarty. J. Avena. 

Society 

On March 6, 1822, two months after the first class ses- 
sions had begun at GW, fifteen students held a meeting 
"for the purpose of establishing a debating society." The 
Enosinian Debating Society has continued and the Society's 
name has been popularly shortened to the Debate Team. On 
the rolls of the Society are many familiar names: Daniel Web- 
ster, J. C. Calhoun, J. Q. Adams, Henry Clay, William Cul- 
len Bryant, and Robert E. Lee. Since its first competition in 
intercollegiate debate, the team has grown under coach 
George Henigan into one of the country's most respected 
debating societies. In fourteen attempts, the Society has par- 
ticipated in the West Point National Debate Tournament 
ten times, making this one of the few schools so consistently 
achieving this distinction. There is also participation in non- 
competitive activities including a high school debate tourna- 
ment, a demonstration debate and a television appearance. 

Throughout the years the Enosinian Society has maintained 
its basic purpose — to foster excellence in the forensic arts 
and to help the individual student. 




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Front row, left to right: S. Moss, L. Chorkavy, Jr., B. Kesselman, A. Capp, C. Dougherty (exchequer), 
H. Berliner (magister), C. Goldstein (clerk), M. Bentzen, N. Lynch, J. Stokes. R. Hudgins. Back row: 
S. Danzansky, G. Grossberg, M. Rarden, P. Margulies, G. Borsari, R. Guzman, S. Karlin, T. Pierson, 
J. Feldman, R. Humphreys, J. Ayre, E. Heisler, L. Costill, R. Cahill. 



Phi Delta Phi is the old- 
est professional fraternity, 
formally organized on De- 
cember 13, 1869, at the Uni- 
versity of Michigan. With 
seventy-four active chapters 
in the U. S. and Canada, it 
is the largest fraternity of its 
kind. It is represented on the 
Law Review, in the Van Vleck 
Case Club, as part of the 
Student Bar Association, 
Mock Court Team, and on 
the Student Government. 
Brother Johnson was select- 
ed as the 1963 Graduate of 
the Year at Law Day cere- 
monies, with four of the five 
awards presented by the Uni- 
versity going to Phi Delta 
Phis. 

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The Van Vleck Case Club 
is an extracurricular law organ- 
ization, whose purpose is to 
enable law students to gain 
experience in appellate prac- 
tice by preparing and arguing 
moot cases before a simulated 
appellate court. The Case 
Club holds annual competition 
consisting of written briefs and 
oral arguments in which the 
competitors are judged on 
their understanding of perti- 
nent points of the law. 




Left to right: G. Michel Secretary-Treasurer; N. Lynch, President; M. H. Freeman, Vice-President. 



The Jay chapter of Phi 
Alpha Delta, a national law 
fraternity, was organized at 
George Washington in 1920. 
Unique in its origin, it is the 
only law fraternity nurtured 
in a legal controversy. It is 
restricted to law schools ac- 
credited by the American 
Bar Association and has more 
active chapters than any oth- 
er law fraternity. Its aim is to 
foster a higher standard of 
professional ethics in the law 
schools and the practicing 
profession at large. 



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-At the supreme Court. 



Front row, left to right; M. Hoffman, J. Baca. Back row: R. Grauer, H. Miller, Justice Clark. Dean Mayo 
C. Benson, M. Frieman. 




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With the purpose of 
encouraging a high stand- 
ard of scholarship and 
character, the Woodrow 
Wilson Chapter of Delta 
Theta Phi was organized 
on this campus in 1916. 
Through a program of 
both educational and so- 
cial functions, the frater- 
nity aims to strengthen 
ties among the brothers 
and with the profession at 
large. Scholarship awards 
are presented annually. 



— At the law school. 

OFFICE RS :P. Cooke Dean; J Jurecka. Vice-Dean; G. Kindness, Tribune- N. Goldsborough. Clerk of 
the Rolls; M. KesHsHan, Clerk of the Exchequer; R. King, Master of the RiW J. Voight Ba If. 



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Big Sis is an organization of 
women who help freshman "little sis- 
ters" become acquainted with the 
University. Big Sis sponsors many 
functions during orientation and early 
in the fall semester. Special programs 
to introduce the new women students 
to campus life include Snack V Chat, 
Tips 'n' Tea with Topnotchers, and 
Tasty Turnabout. 



Seated, left to right: L. Caparell, Corresponding Secretary; N. Larabee, Advisor; M. Powell 
Treasurer. Standing: L. Sennett. President; S. Graham, Social Chairman; P. Schwartz. Mem- 
bership Chairman; J. Warren. Second Vice-President; M. Wender, Publicity Chairman. Not 
pictured: M. Roarty, Membership Chairman; M. Sass. First Vice-President. 



Clockwise, from the left: N. Simmons. Publicity; W. Bentley Vice-President; B. Keys Presi- 
dent; B. Jacobson, Secretary; J. Rosenberg. Corresponding Secretary; P. Slattery. Registrar. 
Absent: E. Rubin, Social Chairman; J. Whitney Treasurer. 



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Students who have completed at 
least a year at the University and 
who have participated in at least one 
activity assist incoming freshmen dur- 
ing orientation. Old Men answer 
questions pertaining to campus life 
and help the freshmen get to know 
the campus and other students. 



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Left to right: Seated: R. Riggs, Dr. Kirlcbride. Dr. Johnson, Dr. Bissell, W. Smith. 

Standing: J. Warren, B. Heilman, R. Zellner, N. Bazan, P. Schwab. L. Sennett, J. Mandel. 



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Student ^c^e 



The Committee on Student 
Life is the judicial branch of the 
student government, composed of 
the Dean of Men and the Dean of 
Women, and other faculty mem- 
bers appointed by the President 
of the University, and the student 
presidents of the following organ- 
izations: Student Council, Mortar 
Board, Omicron Delta Kappa, In- 
ter-fraternity Council, Panhellenic 
Council, and an Editor of the 
Hatchet. The committee has the 
power to review the acts of all stu- 
dent organizations, in accordance 
with established policy and regu- 
lations of the University. 



Left to right: Seated: B. Leviss, Student Council Rep.; Keith R. Saunders, Asst. Prof, of Speech; 
R. Walt. Chairman; P. Bloom, Secretary; L. Figelman. 

Standing: L. Russell, O. Bair, B. Lavenstein. 




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Now in its second year of op- 
eration, the Student Planning Com- 
mission is that organ of the Stu- 
dent Council whose duty it is to 
undertake, by its own initiative or 
by request of the Student Council, 
comprehensive studies of problems 
affecting the student interest. The 
Commission includes ex officio 
members and a regular voting 
membership including one member 
of each of the following organiza- 
tions: the Activities Committee, 
the Student Council, Omicron Del- 
ta Kappa. Mortar Board, and four 
other members and a chairman 
chosen by the petition process. 



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Left to right: First row: M. Svehla, president; J. Sloan, vice-president; C. Starzan. secretary; C. Guran, 
treasurer; L. Gerson, publicity; G. Olkhovsky, faculty advisor. Second row: S. Berezesky, C. Lehtonen, 
J. Bancroft, L. Dailey. 



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The Russian Club provides 
an opportunity for interested 
students to learn about the 
Russian people, language, and 
culture. The group has regu- 
larly scheduled activities, such 
as the Russian drama, folk mu- 
sic, and conversation groups, 
and is open to any interested 
individuals. 



Left to right: First row only: C. DiMarco, secretary-treasurer; Prof. Metivier. advisor; S. Resnick, pres- 
ident; A. Nehemkis, vice-president; E. Coulter, M. Lorenzelli. J. Pfann. 














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The purpose of Le Cercle 
Fran^ais is to give interested 
students an opportunity to 
learn about the French people, 
language and culture. Activi- 
ties include an opening get- 
together, discussions, and lec- 
tures on French politics, art 
and theater, and a trip through 
France with slides. 



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Members of the Spanish Club find 
their bi-monthly meeting an excellent op- 
portunity to practice their Spanish with 
native Latin Americans and to attempt 
to strengthen good relations with these 
students. 

Movies and informal lectures both 
entertain and inform the members. 




Front row, left to right: S. Fahr, president: C. Price, treasurer. Second row: C. Adams, 
vice-president; S. Roach, secretary. Third row: D. Lasso. B. Jeffreys. Fourth row: D. 
Arana, D. Orr. Fifth row: M. Aved R. Reiner. Not pictured: M. Saab A. Carriquiry. 



This group, which is open ta all girls 
taking Home Economics courses, stim- 
ulates interest in gracious living, encour- 
ages friendship within the group, and 
also promotes charitable work in the 
Washington area. The group, a member 
of both the National and area Home 
Economics Association, tours places of 
interest and visits distinguished people 
in the area. 






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Front row, left to right: K. Moody, treasurer; J. Ho, president; C. Guran secretary 
Back row: M. McCormick A. Gokey M. Moriarty, B. Sandahl M. Young, M. Sieverts. 




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Left to right: First row: D. Kahn, C. Karasik, E. Sal tz. R. Zellner, R. Senville. J. Aux. Second row: 
A. Sammis, A. Smith, J. Kunzman, B. Epstein, E. Cresciman, E. Schwartz. Third row: L. Carrier, 
M. Bates, R. Spreyer, E. Stern, J. Crane. R. Lichtman. 



Staff 



Editor-in-chief 
Poetry Editor 
Prose Editor 
Business Manager 
Publicity 
Exchange 



Ellen Saltz 
Carol Karasik 
Richard Zellner 
R. Seville 
Debbie Kalm 
Roberta Koch 



The Potomac, GW’s literary magazine, publishes original poetry, fiction, es- 
says and art work submitted by the students. Two editions, fall and spring, are 
published. 



Left to right: M. Steinman, R. Zellner, J. Chizever. M. Maddox, B. Poush. 





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Pi Delta Epsilon, National col- 
lege recognition society in jour- 
nalism for men and women, was 
organized at GW in 1922. The pur- 
pose of Pi Delta Epsilon is to ele- 
vate the cause of journalism, to 
foster the mutual welfare of stu- 
dent publications, to develop true 
fraternal spirit among its mem- 
bers, to encourage loyalty to 
the alma mater, and to reward the 
journalist for his efforts, service, 
and accomplishments by admission 
to its membership. Members are 
chosen from students who have 
served for at least one year or 
more on accredited campus publi- 
cations either in editorial or busi- 
ness departments. 



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Sigma Alpha Eta is the honorary 
for students majoring in Speech Cor- 
rection at the University and gives the 
students the opportunity to use their 
classroom theory and broaden their 
knowledge of the field. The members 
often have the opportunity to hear 
prominent speakers in the fields of 
Speech and Speech Correction at 
their meetings. 








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Front row, left to right: B. Rebhun Treasurer: A. Handwerk. Vice-President; J. Stormer 
President; F. Howie. Secre*ary; J. Aquino. Back row: N. Rose Mr. R. Honeygosky. Super 
visor; Dr. L. P. Leggette, Chairman Department of Speech- Dr. C. W. Pettit Director 
Speech and Hearing Clinic- K.Kowal. 



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Society 



The Aesculapian Society is the 
pre-medical honorary on campus. 
Members pursue the purpose of the 
society, familiarizing pre-med stu- 
dents with the career they have chos- 
en, through field trips and lectures by 
noted speakers. 



Front row, left to right: C. Bier, Membership 
Chariman; A. Sober, Treasurer; H. Cove 
President; M. Feldman. Vice-President; M. 
Nelsen Secretary. Back row: R. McReynolds 
J. Broome P. Jaffe D. Clarke J. Ruby. 







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Seated: Prof. Stephens, P. Schwab, R. Zellner, Prof. Henigan, M. Steinman. Standing: S. Bentley, 
M. Heartfieid, Dean Van Evera, Prof. Willson D. Saunders, W. Smith, S. Schaeffer, Dr. Bissel! . 
Dean Latimer, A. Wise, Prof. DeAngelis. 



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Omicron Delta Kappa is a na- 
tional service and scholarship hon- 
orary. Often considered the service 
counterpart of Phi Beta Kappa, 
ODK recognizes junior and senior, 
and also graduate men of high 
scholarship and outstanding lead- 
ership on campus in various fields, 
including social and religious ac- 
tivities, sports, publications, music, 
debate and drama. Tapping takes 
place at the Homecoming Dance, 
and at May Day in the Spring. 



Left to right: Seated: J. Hoffman, M. Steinman, A. Wise, treasurer; S. Schaeffer, president; 
J. Diesem, sergeant-at-arms; Linda Sennett. honorary member; J. Rosenberg. Standing: N. Sim- 
mons, B. Duman, S. Gildenhorn, H. Heclo, J. Shulman E. Rubin, G. Chizever, P. Schwab, A. 
Goldberg; Advisor, Dr. Bissell (not pictured). 




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Order of Scarlet is an honor- 
ary organization for sophomore 
and junior men who have at least 
a 2.5 QPI and who have partici- 
pated extensively in extracurricular 
activities. Tapping of new mem- 
bers takes place twice yearly, at 
the Homecoming Dance, and at 
the May Day program. Upon se- 
lection, each new member is re- 
quired to carry out a project se- 
lected by the Board of Governors. 



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Members of Tassels, the Soph- 
omore Womens honorary spon- 
sored by Mortar Board, are tapped 
at the Big Sis Tips 'n Tea during 
Fall Orientation. In addition to 
maintaining high scholarship, 
pledges are required to contrib- 
ute fifteen hours of combined 
meetings and project work before 
initiation. Among others, projects 
include sale of homecoming tickets, 
working in the book exchange, and 
assisting in the annual Alumni Sup- 
port program. 







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Alpha Lambda Delta is a 
freshman women's honorary, com- 
posed of those who have attained 
a 3.5 quality point index at the 
end of either the first or second 
semester. Activities include service 
projects for the university, a joint 
tea in the fall with Alpha Theta 
Nu and Phi Eta Sigma, and lec- 
tures on different phases of uni- 
versity life. 




Left to right: First row: A Shapiro, secretary; M. Norris, historian; M. Simes, president; S. Cain 
senior advisor; J. Lidoff, vice-president; J. Jacobs, treasurer. Second row: C. Grossman L 
Schreiben, M. Solomon. M. Howell, E. Laane, P. Jones, P. Charney. J. Niblett. L. Hill, S. Park. 







Brigadoon 



the directors 





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With the precedent established, the Uni- 
versity Players devote many hours to main- 
taining the high standards for which they have 
now become famous. The past seasons have 
seen such fine productions as "Bye Bye Birdie," 
"Major Barbara," "The Cave Dwellers," and 
"Brigadoon." All university members are eligi- 
ble to participate in all productions, and the 
University Players organization. Continued in- 
terest leads to eligibility for the National Hon- 
orary Drama Fraternity. The program is under 
the tutelage of Managing Director Edward G. 
Ferero. 






rehearsal 







The Executive Board. First row. l-r: D. A. Pauli; K. Franklin; M. Moran: M. Sutherland; D. Nash; Miss 
Burtner, advisor; P. Pazzaglini. president; K. Mason; L. Levitt, vice-pres.dent; R. Scheraga. A. Me- 
Cauley; R. Nigrelli. 



Improvisation in two art media: Linda Frost, Ron Scheraga. 



Maureen 

Delaney 






Ron 

Scheraga 



Ron 

Scheraga 



Mario 
La Monica 







Ann Folk Piece: Maureen Delaney. Susan Riley, Joseph Messing Paige Lawrence. 

Roland 






Left to right: D. Det wiler H. Herndon, P. Lawrence, D. McKenna, J. Fricks — captain, 



L. Colvin, K. Buddy. K. Cliff. Front: K. Cummings, S. Gnehm. 





Left to right: First row: M. Wender. B. Pearson (secretary), S. Quinby (vice-president), J. Kopelman (president), C. Guran, treasurer. Second 
row: C. Walker, J. Watson, L. Foster, L. Ostrom, J. Schwartz, C. Lang, M. L. Barlow. J. Cobb. 



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The Inter-sorority Athletic Board is a branch of the Women's Athletic Association which arranges inter-sorority tourna- 
ments throughout the year. Trophies are awarded for each tournament, and large trophies are given at the end of the year 
on a point basis, to the sorority with the best record in the events. 



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Left to right: First row: J. Webster, N. Webster (vice-president) P. Jones (secretary), B. Heilman (president), 
N. Crimmins (treasurer), L. Reif (social chairman). Second row: M. Scanlon C. Mann K. Scott, A. Lazar, N. 
Steinberg, J. Schwartz, V. May, K. Clements. 

The Panhellenic Council is the body by which the thirteen national sororities on campus gov- 
ern themselves. Its functions include regulation of general membership selection parties, coordina- 
tion of activities of the group in regards to Panhel Sing, Prom, scholarship awards, and an annual 
philanthropic project. 



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Left to right: First row: N. Larabee, advisor: C. Ekert, vice-president: S. Petrovitch, president- P. Todd, treasurer- 
N. Webster, advisor. Second row: V. Clayton. D. Lerner J. Moore C. Talbot, D. Doyle, B. Dowd C. Zisman. L. 
Sarafan. 

The Junior Panhellenic Council is sponsored by Senior Panhel, and is composed of a repre- 
sentative from the pledge class of each sorority. Junior Panhel promotes a cooperative spirit 
among the pledge classes and presents the annual Goat Show, which consists of a five minute 
skit by each pledge class. This year's Goat Show theme is "Happiness is ... " 



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Left to right: Floor: K. Buddy, Treasurer: B. Weinberger Paper Editor: B. Gilbert. Seated: 
L. Russell, Social Chairman: P. Wirtzman, Advisor; J. Rosenthal, President; M. Bering, Sec- 
retary; P. Slade. InterResidence Hall. Standing: L. Sklut, M. Lovitt, S. Swanson. P. Dryden, 
L. Colvin, S. Dessel. 



Crawford Hall Council, in addi- 
tion to the usual judicial activities, 
holds social activities, including open 
houses and parties. Crawford also 
sponsors a Christmas party for children 
from Junior Village, and Sunday morn- 
ing coffee hours. 



Left to right: First row: D. Rosenthal, H. Miller, Secretary; B. Sandahl, President; R. Bayane. 
Treasurer; S. Glaser. Second row: M. Miskelly. M. Houser, A. Hoffmann, B. O’Neill. 







The Dormitory Councils of the five 
women’s dormitories (three on campus 
and two off) serve both judicial and 
social functions. Judicial functions in- 
clude the government and administra- 
tion of the dormitory, a responsibility 
shared with the resident director. So- 
cial functions include faculty teas, open 
houses, and a Christmas party. 



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The dorm is an integral part 
of campus life, and Madison is 
no exception. Its girls share ex- 
periences with the other halls — 
2 a.m. fire drills, broken elevators, 
forgetting to sign out, and ’burn- 
ing the midnight oil. In addition, 
the girls enjoy open houses, facul- 
ty teas, birthday parties, and the 
traditional Christmas Party, com- 
plete with Santa. During exams, 
the dorm council serves coffee and 
doughnuts to the studious coeds. 




First row: S. Karp, Secretary: S. Peterson, President: L. Keighley, Treasurer: P. Bell. Social Chair- 
man. Second row: C. Adams, M. Davis. M. Barba M. Perper. Third row: D. Armijo, S. Jaclcson. 
N. Benson. Fourth row: K. Koenig S. Butler, J. Moore. 



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The Inter-Residence Hall 
Board, to which the women's resi- 
dence halls belong, serves to co- 
ordinate the activities of its mem- 
ber dorms. Exchanges are planned, 
and special programs, such as the 
- Troubador Concert, are presented. 
The Board also serves a judicial 
function at the request of the 
individual councils. 




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— At a forum 



People to 
'People 



People-to-people is a nation- 
al organization whose object is 
to promote communication and 
understanding between the people 
fo the U. S. and those of foreign 
lands. The chapter at GW has 
two goals. The first is giving the 
foreign student a real experience 
of American life and helping 
them form friendships with Ameri- 
can students. The second goal is 
enabling the American students to 
benefit genuinely from the closer 
relations with the foreign students. 



Left to right: M. Enzi, Social chairman: E. Griehm, publicity dir.: R. Possner. Cultural chair- 
man; J. Fricker, president; L. Platt; D. Meek: P. Chemnick. secretary. 




Although Adams is located at 
the edge of the campus, its men 
can be found in the center of all 
phases of campus life. The Hall is 
governed by its Dorm Council and 
is active in campus life, with ex- 
changes and participation in in- 
tramural sports. 



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146 




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Left to right: Bob Laycoclc. Acting President: Mike Scrudato; Knut Asper: Lindly Grubbs: Marc Wagshal. 



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Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest national pro- 
fessional business fraternity. Members, majoring 
in business administration, commerce, accounting 
and economics, keep up to date with the business 
world through guest speakers and lectures. Promi- 
nent business men and faculty members are often 
initiated as honorary members. Senator Barry 
Goldwater was initiated last spring, and the GW 
chapter was host to the regional conference this 
fall. 




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Left to right: First row: F. Krochmal, E. Stern (president), R. Heilman (vice-president), S. Wishner (secretary), Rabbi Seidman, Director. Sec- 
ond row: G. Aaronson E. Berk, H. Miller, B. Sills. Third row: B. Wollcinson, B. Grosman, L. Baltimore. M. Neustadter, S. Gilston, G. Pincus, G. 
Goldberg. 



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B nai B nth Hlllel, the Jewish students organization on our campus, is recognized for its many religious, charitable, 
educational and social services. Included among its functions are scheduled worship services, seminars, speeches, Hebrew 
and Yiddish lessons, kosher dining, and religious holiday observances. Friday afternoon snack bar and Sunday morning bagel 
and lox brunches are two of Hillel's most popular activities. 



148 









Educational, social and religious are the divisions of 
the Newman Club activities. This year, first Friday Masses, 
excellent speakers, hay rides, picnics, spaghetti dinners, 
theology classes and visits to Junior Village were part of 
the program. At Homecoming time, the Newman Club 
float took second place in the independent class. The 
Newman Club aims to participate in all campus events 
possible for this type of group. 




At Dinner 




First row only: J. Bachelder, Public Relations: D. Armijo, Secretary; B. O'Brien, President; Father Thomas Duffy, Chaplain, E. Ryan, Vice-President 
H. Lorenzetti, Treasurer; C. Gagliardi, Parliamentarian. 






Students 

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First row, left to right, sitting: J. W. Harlcness. faculty advisor; Sister Ruth Coleman, advisor; 
E. Kmosena. secretary-treasurer; D. Warner, president; B. Selinsky, vice-president; Rev. J. M. 
Singer, pastoral advisor. Second row, standing: N. Skon, J. Thomas. K. Koester. C. Coleman, S. 
Petrovich, I. Sachs. 



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Student 




First row, left to right: P. Patton, program chairman; C. Everett, president; E. Gosnell, vice-president; 
K. Thompson publicity chairman. Second row: H. Rees advisor: D. Clarke R. Vance, R. Houff, S. 
Gnehm. 



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The religious council, an 
interfaith organization which 
coordinates student partici- 
pation in religious activities, 
is composed of representa- 
tives from each campus reli- 
gious organization. The coun- 
cil sponsors a reception for 
new students, participates in 
the Holiday Season Program, 
and sponsors a tutoring pro- 
gram for elementary school 
children during the fall and 
spring semesters. 




First row, l-r: B. Selinsky; c. Ryan, secretary- P. Patton, president; C. Everett, vice-president. Second 
row: E. Gosnell; F. Krochmal. S. Ives. 




First row only, l-r: Dr. Helen Dwight Reid, advisor; Dr. Geith Plimmer guest lecturer; S. Danzansky 
president; W. Marquardt, secretary; B. Cox. treasurer. 



The Christian Science 
Organization sponsors week- 
ly testimonial meetings and 
special activities including a 
reception for students inter- 
ested in Christian Science 
during Orientation Week 
and an annual lecture on the 
campus. This year's speaker 
was Geith A. Plimmer of 
London, England, who spoke 
on the subject, "Christian 
Science, A Friend of the Stu- 
dent." 



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Sitting With 
Dr. Geith Plimmer 



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. . . Appearing at the State Department 



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The George Wash- 
ington Glee Club, under 
the direction of Dr. Rob- 
ert Harmon, is one of 
the best known of the 
college choral groups. In 
addition to singing the 
Christmas portion of 
Handel's Messiah, the 
group appeared at the 
State Department. 



The George Washington Glee Club with Dr. and Mrs. Harmon and Charlie Rhodes 









First row, l-r: S. Haren; M. Cohen, secretary; B. Halamandaris, president; K. Rubida vice-president; T. Morgan, treasurer; B. Hamm, Jr. IFC 
reporter. Second row: L. Colaguori; P. Williams; J. Weatherby; R. Loewinger. 






G.I.G.I.F. 
sponsored 
by the 

JIFC. 



The Jr. IFC, Junior Interfraternity Council, is organized 
each year to coordinate the activities of the pledge classes of 
the twelve national fraternities on campus. The Jr. IFC also 
holds social functions, including a G.I.G.I.F., and a fraternity 
pledge smoker. 

OFFICERS 

President Bill Halamandaris of SAE 

Vice-President Kirk Rubida of SPE 

Secretary Murry Cohen of AEPi 

Treasurer Tom Morgan of SX 

Social Chairman Bruce Hallock of DTD 

DELEGATES 

Lou Colaguori of Phi SD 
Robert Hamm of TEP 
Jerry Little of SAE 
Richard Loewinger of KS 
John Weatherby of Phi SK 
Paul Williams of SN 






S.Tt.S/4 



As the junior branch of 
the National Education As- 
sociation, the Student Na- 
tional Education Association 
strives to promote among 
students majoring in educa- 
tion a better understanding 
of the profession through lec- 
tures, speakers, and social 
functions. 




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Left to right: C. Chaille, program chairman; M. Ralston, treasurer; C. Mack, vice-president; M. Sass, 
president; R. Ragan, secretary; M. Powell, publicity chairman. 



Left to right: Miss Snodgrass, advisor; S. Greenwood, president; S. Wolfe, secretary-treas- 
urer; G. Foster; D. Alexander, awards chairman; not pictured: K. Burn, vice-president. 







The Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion offers a wide variety of sports 
activities for women, including among 
others: badminton, basketball, canoe- 
ing, fencing, golf, tennis, swimming, 
and volleyball. The program includes 
informal activity and competition, for 
which awards are presented. A 
"Sports Girl of the Year" and a "Jun- 
ior Sports Girl of the Year" trophies 
are awarded to outstanding senior or 
junior, and freshman or sophomore 
women, respectively. 



154 




C. P. Dodhia 

President 



‘lutemtatioxcU Stude*tto 

Society 



The International Students' Society provides an opportunity for students 
of different ethnic backgrounds to meet on a social basis. American student 
membership is restricted to one fourth of the society s total membership. The 
respect and interest of the student body for the group are indicated by the 
enthusiasm with which the society's social and educational programs have been 
received. 



Vice-president 

Treasurer 

Corresponding Secretaries 



. May Elisabeth Bundi 
Isaac Herskowich 
Norman Kaufman and 
Harry Bawa 



Recording Secretary Masaaki Seki 

Social Secretary .... Alice Fernandez Conve 

Historian Nasrin Malayery 








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NOMINEES 

Left to right, Seated: Rona Lichtman, Harriet Herndon, Shirley 
Segal, Lynn Shaub, Anita Lazar. Standing: Marion Johnson, 
Missy Burneston, Sonja Hutchinson, Sandra Morrison, Joan 
Taylor, Carlene Witt, Barbara Miller, Nancy Broyhill, Nancy 
Schuh, Carolyn Wade. 



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165 






JUNE WHITACRE 
Delta Gamma 



HARRIETT HERNDON 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 




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JANET FRICKS 
Kappa Delta 



DIANE SZOSTAK 
Zeta Tau Alpha 




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KAREN CLIFF 
Cheerleaders 



167 






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Altman. Ronnie 
Baritz, Stanley 
Cherry, Joel 
Chizever. Jerry 




Cohen, Murray 
Cohen. Norman 
Deutsch, Joe 
Duman, Barry 





Fink, Andy 
Gerstenfeld. Shelly 
Gildenhorn, Stan 
Goldberg, Jack 



Hatch, Phil 
Hoffman, Jeff 
Jacobsen. Bob 
Kanis. Les 





Lebow, Richie 
Levin. Mike 
Leviss, Buddy 
Lohman, Dennis 
Mayer, Ronald 






Rothbart, Dave 
Rubin. Eric 
Schaeffer, Steve 
Schneider, Richie 
Schwab, Paul 
Simmons, Neal 



Shaw, John 
Spiegel, Barry 
Steinman, Mike 
Terry. Pete 
Sacks, Jeff 
Lewis, Joe 



Ottlin, Norm 
Ross, Arnold 
Seelig, Rich 
Stern, Gary 
Stonley. Marc 
Wise, Alan 




"Adam was the first man" . . . 
Brothers in everything — Student 
Council, Honoraries, publications, 
etc. . . . Paul, President of the 
Student Council, Richie, President 
of ODK . . . Steve, President of 
Order of Scarlet . . . Alan, Paul, 
Richy, Phi Beta Kappa ... 42 
Pledges — "the rest of the fresh- 
man class" ... 1st Place in Holi- 
day Season . . . intramurals . . . 
parties . . . largest on campus. 



170 






. . and if you two can get us the independent vote . . 




Pledges #39 and 40. 



Apes in action 




Petitioning closes at 5:00, heh. heh. 



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171 






Delta ~7aa 'Delta 




In the halls of Delta Tau . . . 




"My mother never told me." 




"In Delta Halls" — first Place in 
the IFC Sing— that's four years 
in a row . . . Intramural Champs 
— that's two years in a row . . . 
exchanges . . . Rainbow Spring 
Formal . . . Delts hold balcony at 
the IFC Prom . . . Ocean Cfty . . . 
Parties — remember Christmas and 
New Year's . . . Delts on Student 
Council, Old Men Board, Order 
of Scarlet, Gate and Key, football, 
crew, basketball, and baseball 
teams . . . second place Booster 
Trophy . . . and the Shelter's still 
humming! 



172 




Adams, Andy 
Atkinson, Chip 



Avery, Allen 
Bowman, Jerry 



Broadwell. Larry 
Cannady, Preston 



Corso, Paul 
Collins, Paul 



Daugherty, Blaine 
Duques, Ric 



Fishender, Jim 
Geary, Brian 



Gunderson. John 
Hallock, Bruce 



Kneesi, Carl 
Linkins, Tim 



Rowsey. Jim 
Russart, Rolf 




"The Bird is the word." 



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Hawkins, Tom Heck, Fred Jetton. Bruce Julicher. Pete ^ 

Mahoney, Tim Martin, Tom Mason, Tom Massey, Fred 
Salopek, Joe Sennott, Don 



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'Dette 



North to Alaska 



"I wish all young girls were like . . 



Gibson, Ed Glenn, Gary Graves. Bruce 

Kelsey. Sherman Keys, Bill Kittridge. Ben 

Moll. Rich Pierson. Gary Richards, Tom 



173 







Siyttuz *DeCta 



Wherever particular people congregate 



The Four . , . Horsemen??? 




"Give Me a Phi Sigma Delta Man" 
. . . Brotherhood, service to the 
individual, school and community 
. . . Brothers in Phi Eta Sigma, Al- 
pha Theta Nu, Colonial Boosters 
. . . highest fraternity Q.P.I. . . . 
first place in Blood Drive . . . Ro- 
sie — HATCHET Intramurals Edi- 
tor .. . Joel — I.F.C. . . . Allan — 
Colonial Boosters . . . Ron — Uni- 
versity Players . . . Ron and Bob — 
"As Seen By Us" . . . parties . . . 
lots of spirit. 



174 







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Litman, Bob Mederrick Millman, Bob Rosenberg. 
Ross. Randy Charlie Seligmann. Joel 

Sloan, Jay Scheraga, Ron Ralph Shulman. Joel 

Snyder. Allen Wagman. Lou Wagshal, Eric 



Bogota. Ed Colaguori. Danchick 
Goldberg, Lou Nolan 



Allan 



Griefman Gutkin, Art Kravetz, 



DeWald, Elberger. Ron 

Dale Levy. Murray 



Dan 



Bob 








’’That's far enough, honey!" 




Is there any more toilet paper in the house? 




"No! that trick with the garter was 
plenty." 




The crest of Phi Alpha, the only 
national fraternity founded at 
GW. Phi Alpha merged with Phi 

Sigma Delta n 1959 and the 
chapter is now celebrating its 
50th Anniversary. 






175 



“P&c Siytna 'fefca 




Giving the house that homey touch. 





"Rah, Rah, Phi Sigma Kappa" . . . 
the heart of GWU . . . brand new 
house . . . Carnation Ball . . . 
scholarship improvement trophy 
. . . parties . . . Boosters . . . intra- 
murals . . . Homecoming Chairman 
Ken . . . Directory Chairman Dave 
. . . IFC President Nick . . . Broth- 
ers in Gate and Key . . . Christmas 
Formal . . . Miss Model Pledge 
Contest . . . Basketball — Mark, 
Football Captain — Dick ... 18 
pledges. 



Doing what the contractors didn't. 



176 





First row: Greg Alex, Jim Sterling, Ron Sturges. Matt Wolff, Tom Leddy, Teddy Manousakis, Paul Hansen, Dick Nichols, John DePasquale. 
Second row: Bill Hamman, Jim Diehl, Dave Smith, Steve Rose, John Weatherby, Dick Duenkel. Bud Mulcock, Ron Loftus, Chuck Buddenhagen, 
Steve Royer, Phil Chen. Third row: Gene Farber, John Peterson, Faroukh Samii, Tom Kelly. Nick Bazan, Dave Hicks, Mark Clark, Steve 
Wisner, Dick Ballard, Caesar Gonzmart, Tom Padgett, Ken Rietz, Mike Davis, Stu Friedman, Bill Collins, George Hollandursky. Not pictured: 
Bob Barnes, Billy Daniels, Bob Nugent, Griff Jones, Bob McNab, Al Diaz. Picture on fireplace, Ernest Wenderoth, Chapter Advisor. 





"Hey. who's that up there?" 






177 





“Pi 

T>eCta 




The Brothers and Pledges of PiKA. 




"Viva le PiKA!" . . . Pikes in May 
Day as usual . . . Pikes in Gate and 
Key of course . . . Brigadoon lead, 
Chuck . . . Frank, Pike president, 
abducted by ZTA's . . . Dream 
Girl, Marie . . . Calendar Chair- 
man, Rollie . . . speaking of calen- 
dars — what a calendar! !! ... in- 
tramurals . . . tree surgery in PiKA 
Homecoming Float . . . that in- 
famous sign at Homecoming . . . 
parties . . . parties . . . parties. 








Ignorance is bliss 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 

1964 CALENDAR 



A study hall — in the Pike basement??? 



Roger Storebought gets ready to throw a 
long one 



So that's what happened to that 
tree in the Yard. 



"Cheers!" 



'Pt/bea 



179 











Heh, heh ! 





Hugh Heffner and friends. 



Adair, Larry 
Armstrong, Bob 
Babcock Terry 
Baer, Steve 
Blish. John 



Bradley. Pat 
Chew, John 
Clark, Vic 
Danese, Renato 
Dohner, Larry 



Droie Ron 
Ghent, John 
Glass. Jody 
Gnodde, Dirk 
Grasshoff. Sven 




"Hail to the Purple" ... All SAE 
backfield — Mark, Mike, Jody, and 
Steve • . . Homecoming sweep — 
first place float, first place poster 
. . . Booster Board — Bob and Bob 
. . . Parties — The Playboy Party, 
the Christmas Party (and all that 
champagne) . . . Debators Vic and 
Val . . . Who's Who — Steve . . . 
Bill, N.Y. Giants draft choice . . . 
SAE's on Student Council — Dirk, 
Vic, Denny, and Steve . . . oldest 
chapter on GWU campus . . . only 
SAE Chapter to live through the 
Civil War . . . Two football vic- 
tories over Delts ... Phi Alpha. 



180 




The new Rush Chairman 




Grubbs, Lin 
Hadley, Don 
Haynes, Martin 



Halamandaris, Bill 
Hall. Dan 
Hamilton, Bill 



Harris. Allen 
Heinze, Jerry 
Hoffer, Pete 



Holloran, Mike 
Howell. Bill 
Jones, Denny 



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PIP © 




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Kaculis, 

Tony 

Kintzler, 

Gary 

Kline, 

Barry 



Kline, Jon 

Little, 

Jerry 

Macrum, 

Jim 



Tinley. Tom Wallace, Bob Weeden, George 
Tucker, John Ullrich, Ron Welker. Mark 



McDonald 

Jack 

McLaughlin, 

Dave 

Miller, 

Ronny 



Nalls, John 

Parsons, 

Pete 

Pierce. 

Roger 



Pignatiello, 

Joe 

Peacock 
Corky 
Pitt, Jim 



Reut, Toby 
Rice, Lee 
Ross, Bob 



Spencer, 

Art 

Stallsmith, 

Jeff 



181 




# 






SfiAilott (fyafit&i 




"And your chapter can have the West Wing." 





Albert, 


Armington 


Asper. 


Benton, 


Botos, 


Larry 


Stan 


Knut 


Bill 


Pete 


Campbell 


Cummings 


Cunningham 


Enzi, 


Fredenberger 


Jim 


Ken 


Dick 


Mike 


Bill 



Brewer, 

Craig 

French. 

Joe 




\ 



’ We are the jo/ boys of Sigma Chi. 



Annie had a baby 





"Hail to our loved Fraternity" . . . 
Sigma Chi night at the Armory 
. . . Brothers in Order of Scarlet, 
ODK, Gate and Key . . . Barry 
Goldwater helps in rush . . . second 
place in the Homecoming Float 
Contest . . . Dream Man Bill, Dag- 
ger Man Dan . . . John in Briga- 
doon, "Who’s Who" . . . Bill, Edi- 
tor of the HATCHET . . . Dick, 
Phi Bete, Tennis Team . . . John, 
Varsity Guard . . . greatest num- 
ber participating in the Blood 
Drive . . . Intramural Sportsman- 
ship Trophy . . . Derby Day — al- 
ways a hit . . . Centennial in 1964. 



182 






Gilbert, Chuck 
Gnehm Skip 




Grassanovich. Al 
Herbert, Charlie 



Hill, John 
Laycock. Bob 



Leupold. Jim 
Marron, Jay 







Wenglowskyj. 

Dan 



Masci, 

Frank 

Meredith, 

Bob 



Millard, 

Bob 

Minner, 

Ed 



Mosher, Pump, Ron Reid, 

Denny Rankin, Jim Clark 

Pollock, Robinson. 

Bob Tom 



Rota. Tom Snow. Bill Taylor, 

Scrudato, Summerall. Frank 

Mike Dave Teter, Paul 



Vennewitz 

Pete 

Walters 

Jim 




"Baby Huey, at home in the jungle." 



"I love my girl." 

Si?* 




183 




'DeC&z Pt 




Tan, don’t burn, use . . . 




Ocean Cdy, Here we come. 



"The White Star of Sigma Nu" 
. . . Delta Pi's on Capitol Hill in 
Sigma Nu's Congressional Recep- 
tion . . . first place in Men's Foren- 
sic Contest . . . second place in 
the IFC Sing . . . third place 
Homecoming Float . . . Brian — Phi 
Eta Sigma, Highest Freshman QPI 
. . . first fraternity in U. S. to spon- 
sor a Boy Scout Explorer Post . . . 
intramurals . . . exchanges . . . pep 
rallies. 



184 







Blair, Bob 
Bours, Reginald 
Bremer, Bill 
Christie, Jack 
Emmick, Frank 




Fletcher and Carroll 
at the Congressional 
Reception. 



Sternbergh, Van 
Tavel, Jim 
Tennant, Geoffrey 
Whitney, Jim 
Wills. John 




Goss, Fred 
Graham, Bob 
Gray, Don 
Holober, Brian 



Kemp. Steve 
Lemeshewsky. Bill 
Levett. Jim 
Mather, Fred 



Raber, Jim 
Scott, Sam 
Skinker, Bob 
Sosnowski, Matt 






Sigma Nu Annual Banquet 



* 7^2 Scyttut & 



185 





Sa^ctuZ “PJti 

/UfrAc i (fyajiten. 




"I'll Pledge!" 




Adams, Jim 
Bechtold, Walt 
Gilbertson, Roger 



Leggette, John 
Persinger, Dan 
Raymond, Bob 



Rubida. Kirk 
Serov/, Bob 
Slattery, Paul 



Smith, Ken Tubbs, Tom 



‘ And you know even Joe has itchy, scaly 
dandruff!" 




"Sigma, dear Sigma" . . . fifty- 
third year in the Nation's Capitol 
. . . intramurals . . . switched from 
the twist to the bird . . . Mascots 
Sig and Ep had quads . . . unprece- 
dented progress and fraternal 
good fun . . . Brothers in Gate and 
Key . . . new emphasis on aca- 
demics . . . social activities . . . 
waterfights . . . "House with a 
Heart." 



186 





Happy Hangover! 




"Sig" 



Dirty Old Man 



On the beach 






Who said only four can play bridge? 



Siy 



187 




SfeAcCew- 



“"y&ettz *7&cc (^Jtcykte* 





"I'm not that kind of boy!" 




M TEPS are Tops" ... 21 Pledges 
. . . A League Football Champs; 
Undefeated season . . . Gate and 
Key President — Steve . . . House 
renovation . . . 2nd highest aver- 
age scholastically on campus . . . 
A League Basketball team unde- 
feated. 



188 








TEP's are tops. 

7 



One of the quieter 
parties. 



Get that camera 
away or . . . 



Brandt, Dave 



Gray. Vince 



Cares, Arnie 

Haren, Stan Menachen, Al 



Mitchell, Brian 



Morse, Jim 



Perl, Terry 



Stern. Dave 



<Cw 

Wohl, Ron 



Singer Bob 



Wright, Bob 



189 



“Pi 




MacArthur, John 



McGunegle, Dave 




Van Wely. Bruce 



191 



Scyma 







Oh, no! another raid! 




The Brothers of Kappa Sigma 



* 7 ^ 'Kafrfra, Sup4 




"The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma" 

. . . Scarlet, White and Emerald 
Green . . . sponsor of a Boy Scout 
Troop in Annadale . . . Annual 
Spring Banquet at the Rhine Res- 
taurant . . . Sweetheart, Bev Hol- 
land . . . new patio added to the 
back . . . intramurals . . . annual 
Pledge-Active football game . . . 
Kappa Sigs on campus . . . Al, IFC 
Sec'y, Consulting Editor, IFC 
Times . . . Seth, Veep . . . parties, 
spirit, Alpha Eta almost 100 years. 



# 






Pi 

Pc gAajitvi 




Life is but a dream . . . 

► 





"Let us sing to Alpha Delta" . . . 
for spirit . . . first place 1963 
I.S.A.B. trophy . . . winning float, 
"Cougars' Last Roundup," in 
Homecoming parade ... for schol- 
arship honors to the blue and white 
. . . Panhel scholarship improve- 
ment trophy *63 . . . Jeannie Far- 
ley — member of Alpha Zeta Ome- 
ga pharmaceutical honorary . . . 
Betty Pearson — member of Sigma 
Pi Sigma women’s physics hono- 
rary . . . for social life ... ex- 
changes . . . coffee hours . . . 
pledge formal, presenting sixteen 
white-gowned pledges. 



194 









’’Christmas is such a happy time!” 



Lori Lowry 
Claudia Mann 
Cynthia O'Donnell 
Elizabeth Pearson 




Katherine Adams 
Carrie Camacho 
Pat Catanzariti 



Nancy Cass 
Danni Dawson 
Catherine Ekert 



Barbara Hering 
Nancy Irvine 
MaryAnn Keating 



Susan Roberts 
Ingeborg Sachs 



Stancy Swanson 
Jane Willard 




One, two. three . . . stuff . . . one two three . . . stuff 
. . . one, two . . . 




s4T> Pea 







“Here come the rush- 
ees! I hope our beatnik 
outfits don't scare them 
I” 




Gee. do you think 
they’ll come back?" 




"Put an A upon a slim gold bar" 
AEPhi went scotch and tartan for 
Panhel Sing '63 . . . "My bonnie 
lies over the ocean" . . . beatnik 
skits in fall rush . . . Linda Nus- 
baum — Phi Beta Kappa May 

Queen, Outstanding Senior Wo- 
man . . . Beverly Heilman — presi- 
dent of Panhellenic . . . Lynne 
Locks — Miss Venus . . . "Yogi Bear 
says 'I like AEPhi cereal at Derby 
Day * 63 .* " 



196 








Peggy Lenson 
Lynn Locks 
Lynne Lowe 



Michaella Lowe 
Gail Manchester 
Carol Marin 



Judy Mickelson 
Madeline Oidick 
Sharon Perper 



Sue Rosenberg 
Merle Ruderfer 
Mary Savitr 
Carol Shaufeld 
Marilyn Wender 
Carole Zisman 



So which Cleopatra gets Marc Antony? 



Beverly Heilman 
Sue Karp 
Carol Ketay 
Ann Kropman 
Jill Kropman 



Jill Diskan 
Adrienne Dreier 
Stephanie Engel 



Barby Gilbert 
Marsha Golden 
Imogene Gottlieb 



s4£ 'PAi* 



197 







"X and a horseshoe, Chi O!" . . . 
Phi Alpha's won 1963 Colonial 
Booster trophy . . . "Lida Rose" 
took second place in Panhel Sing 
. . . second highest Q.P.I. . . . 
Honors at May Day — Pat Jones — 
"Outstanding Freshman Woman." 
Alpha Lambda Delta initiated Pat 
Jones and Sue Park and elected 
Peggy Simes its president . . . 
Who's Who included Sherri Peter- 
son. 

"She's got hair of gold . . 
Rush, 1963 . . . red dresses ... 13 
new pledges . . . Originality tro- 
phy in Goat Show . . . Gary Fine 
chosen Dirty Old Man at Pledge 
Formal . . . Cardinal and straw all 
over campus . . . Pat Jones and 
Kelly Burn — Jr. Advisors in Han- 
cock . . . Sherri Peterson — presi- 
dent of Madison . . . Pat Jones — 
Panhellenic Secretary . . . Booster 
Board's Barbie Clements, Carolyn 
Mack, Pat Jones, Sue Park . . . 
The CHERRY TREE's section edi- 
tors Peggy Simes and Pat Jones 
. . . BRIGADOON "star" Linda 
Frost . . . Dinah Gray, cheerleader. 



198 






Sue Bahlke 
Mary Lynn Barlow 
Donna Beach 



Sue Beneke 
Marion Blunt 
Kelly Burn 



We love to build Homecoming floats! 



Barbie Clements 
Jan Coletti 
Linda Dillender 
Margie Farbman 
Jane Ford 
Linda Frost 



Maryland Hartge 
Jane Hubbard 
Sue Jacobs 
Pat Jones 
Linda Keighley 
Irene Kulifey-Nagy 



Lei lie Lowndes 
Carolyn Mack 
Bambi Orr 
Susan Park 
Tina Pedersen 
Sherri Peterson 



Suzanne Quimby 
Diane Seltzer 
Peggy Simes 
Claudia Talbott 
Carol Tedrow 
Olga Torres 



"We dare you to steal our banner!" 




Joanne Thommen 
Debby Warner 





Katrina Williams 
Carlene Witt 



7 & etuc* 



199 







‘DeCfa 

‘Seta 





We>e so O'^d that scHoo' Has begun! " 




4 ^ELTA\ 



"We’ve got that D. G. spirit . . ." 
just ask Janie Bayol, winner of the 
Andy Davis award for school spirit 
. . . our cheerleaders Kate Buddy, 
Karen Cliff, Harriett Herndon, 
Paige Lawrence, and Doreen Mc- 
Kenna . . . trophies in spring, 1963 
. . . first in SX Derby Day . . . 
"Loch Lomond" first in Panhel Sing 
. . . highest pledge class average 
. . . Anne Pallas, highest Q.P.I. of 
freshman pledges . . . second in 
Colonial Booster standings . . . 
"Bronze, pink, and blue" ... all 
over Homecoming . . . Queen 
finalists Karen Cliff, Harriett Hern- 
don, and June Whitacre . . . Karen 
Dixon receives Order of the Lacy 
Garter at Homecoming dance. 
"Hannah, my Delta Gamma . . 
never looked like . . . Mary Bukove 
— Engineers Queen and Mech Miss 
. . . Louisa Bradford — ROTC and 
Pershing Rifles Queen . . . Kate 
Avery, Delta Tau Delta Sweetheart 
. . . Harriett Herndon — sweetheart 
of Sigma Phi Epsilon and CHERRY 
TREE princess. 



200 






Belkis Benaur 
Joanne Blum 
Kate Buddy 
Missy, Burneston 



Barbara Cammack 
Lillian Capparell 
Andrea DeAugustinis 
Pat Fa Hey 




Who got pinned this time!? 




Devonna Goodwin 
Virginia Langen 
Paige Lawrence 
Leslie Lockwood 
Doreen McKenna 
Mary Martin 



Sue Martin 
Sally Nutton 
Debby Orr 
Anne Pallas 
Sandra Priestman 
Lynne Reif 




Lynn ScHwable 
Joan Shirtzinger 
Doreen Shaddix 



Lynn SHaub 
Candy Scherer 
Nancy Smith 



Mary Thom 
Jackie Vermette 



DG's riding high in Derby Day. 






201 




"DeCta %eta 

/ttfrfa, *Delta, 





We're going to win that Marlboro contest if it kills us!" 



"Four pearls and a diamond . . 
DZ's busy on campus . . . three 
trophies at SX Derby Day, '63 . . . 
Goat Show poster contest winner 
... Pat Bell — social chairman of 
Madison Hall . . . Pam Croasdaile 
— Jr. Advisor at Devons Hall . . . 
Philanthropy . . . support for Gaul- 
ladet College for the deaf . . . tra- 
ditional slumber party and Rose 
pledge formal . . . DZ's active in 
Big Sis, Troubadors, Tassels, BRIG- 
ADOON . . . parties . . . small war 
with TKE over trophies . . . first 
prize of a stereo set in Marlboro 
contest. 




See — a little wor'< pays off — in a new stereo set!" 



202 




Patricia Bell 
Emma Clark 



Victoria Harper 
Diane Johnson 



Marilou Rickert 
Sarah Sanders 



Jo Shafer 
Pat Sherrard 



Elizabeth Wells 





Fun . . . and . . . 



. . . philanthropy. 



203 







(famtKtL 




Joanne Bodnar 
Judy Cnerrington 
Kathie Clements 



Carol Cox 
Polly Cunningham 
Sylvia De Luca 



Diane Detwiler 
Sue Dietz 
Betsy Dowd 




"Theta lips are smiling . . es- 
pecially at . . . Joan Taylor — 
Dream Girl of Phi Sigma Kappa 
. . . Carol Cox and the Lacy Gart- 
er she brought home from I.F.C. 




. . . Polly Cunningham, Billie Slay- 
den, and Meredith Hedrick — 
SAE's own bunnies . . . Peggy Har- 
low — Cherry Blossom princess from 
Oklahoma. 

"Ring out three cheers for Theta!" 
. . . for the new gold rug in the 
rooms . . . for L.B.J.'s niece Susie 
Taylor . . . for kite-flying on the 
monument grounds. 



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Nancy Ekland 
Janie Givens 
Peggy Grinnan 



Peggy Guentert 
Meredith Hedrick 
Chris Herndon 



Martha Herndon 
Virginia Hester 
Sally Hintz 




Our leader." 




Toria Hughlett 
Shirley Kittredge 
Gay Martin 
Pam Murphy 
Barbara Neimer 



Sandra Olson 
BeHy O'Neil 
Suzy Paul 
Rita Ragan 
Bea Sandahl 



Billie Slayden 
Joan Taylor 
Gail Van Keulen 



Sue Voss 
Carroll Walker 
Patty Ziggenheim 



"Psst, Diane . . . Don’t go to sleep 
in front of the rushees!" 






205 





'Kafefaz ‘DeCfa 

Scytnci “TfCct 





"Let's drink a toast to the Kappa 
Delts!" . . . and to "Norman" and 
to the pledges . . . all 18 of them! 
. . . to the girls who worked all 
summer re-decorating the rooms 
. . . to Jetta Spirt and Jan Fricks 
for making "Who's Who" ... to 
Jan again for heading the cheer- 
leaders . . . also to Jetta for edit- 
ing this great yearbook . . . and to 
Carolyn Wade— CHERRY TREE 
finalist. 

Honors and trophies for the green 
and white . . . second place in 
Homecoming float parade . . . 
Homecoming queen finalist Jan 
. . . Audience appeal in Goat 
Show . . . third place in SX Derby 
Day. 

Order of the Dagger presented at 
Pledge Formal to Bohdan Wen- 
glowskyj, Mark Banfield, and Ron 
Kinder . . . CHERRY TREE section 
editors Kathy Fritzinger, Suzy Bal- 
linger, Helen Clark . . . First Place 
in Christmas window decorations 
. . . Tassels — Kathy Fritzinger, Ka- 
thy Brandis and Carol Starzan. 



206 





Susan 8a ~zer 
Ka*h'e Brandi 
Helen Cia r * 
Ka’he*’ ,'ne C I u n^ 
Sue Ewart 
Marge Fe r m 



Janet Fricks 
KatKv Frifzinger 
Karen Frusher 
Arlene Graner 
M'Lou Gilbert 
Peggy Gray 





Christine Guran 
Nancy Hudgel 
Nancy Krumpeck 
Carol Lang 
Judy Lehnowsky 
Carol Liefer 



Cindy Little 
Marily Maliison 
Virginia May 
Nellie Mier 
Terry O Neil 
Janet Prisaznick 



Sharon Rush 
Jetta Spir* 
Carol Starzan 




Berit Sundqulst 
Pam Todd 
Carolyn Wade 



Lynne Walls 
Dee Wedemeyer 



We present our Order of the Dagger 




Hey! I want to be on that side!” 




7ZD* 



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tycutuna (tyi (Z/taftten 




Mmm Mmm Good! 




"Nobody knows how happy we 
are!" . . . with prominent sisters 
. . . Jill — "Outstanding Junior Wo- 
man — 1963" . . . Jeanne Murphy, 
"Who’s Who" . . . both Jill and 
Jeanne in Mortar Board . . . Sallie 
— president of W.A.A., Vice-presi- 
dent of I.S.A.B., and "Senior 
Sportswoman of the Year" . . . 
Jane— organizing philanthropy 

projects for Panhel . . . trophies . . . 
second in Panhel Sing, 1963 . . . 
third place Homecoming float . . . 
Traditionally traditional Kappa’s 
. . . the golden key and fleur-de- 
lis. 



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Eleven new golden keys. 



Marion Johnson 
Kay Kelly 
Lynne Kirk 
Sue Knadle 
Karen Koenig 



Marcia Montgomery 
Jamie Moore 
Margaret Powell 
Phyllis Rice 
Penny Sawyer 



Marie Seltzer 
Jane Shay 
Sally Simpson 
Karen Sparra 
Sara Swartman 



Jill Warren 
Jeanne Watson 
Jane Webster 
Barbara Willmarth 
Linda Wilson 










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“Seta “Pfc 



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Pi Bela PHi 





Daphne Be+hell 
Susan Dalby 
Donna Doyle 




"Pi, Pi, Beta Phi ..." 21 new tiny 
golden arrows . . . largest pledge 
class in fall rush . . . Panhellenic 
vice-president Nan Webster . . . 
Big Sis first vice-president Mimsi 
Sass . . . S.N.E.A. president Mimsi, 
treasurer Mary Ralston, program 
chairman Claudia Chaille . . . 
Dance Production manager Linda 
Viray . . . Tassels — Linda ... In- 
ter-Residence Hall Board president 
Mimsi . . . queens, too . . . Miss 
Model Pledge Aggie Kiely . . . 
CHERRY TREE princess Nancy 
Schuh . . . May Queen Suzanne 
Ritter . . . the Wine and Blue cap- 
tures 2nd place I.S.A.B. trophy '63. 



210 







"But I’m the beautiful one!" 




Mary Alice Gross 
Karen Kacieski 
Agnes Kiely 
Beverly Knettell 
Bonnie Knickerbocker 



Betsy O'Leary 
Grace MacFarlane 
Sally McMahon 
Mary Ralston 
Judy Redding 



Ann Richmond 
Nancy Rowland 
Lee Rytina 
Ann Sanders 
Mimsi Sass 



Nancy Schuh 
Terry Slaughter 
Ginny Testa 
Linda Viray 
Nan Webster 






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fa Stoma Sterna 





Phi Sigma Sigma 



"All rise as Phi Sigmas appear." 
Highest Q.P.I. on campus . . . 
Nancy Steinberg — Homecoming 

Queen and CHERRY TREE Queen 
. . . Pledges place first for ensem- 
ble in Goat Show . . . third place 
1963 Panhel Sing . . . Barbara Reb- 
hun — best director award . . . first 
in Spring '63 forensics contest . . . 
Lois Barder — Outstanding Sopho- 
more Woman . . . Linda Sennett — 
vice-president of Student Council, 
president of Big Sis, Mortar Board 
. . . Judie Bauer, Lynne Sklut, Joan 
Lidoff — Tassels . . . Joan Lidoff — 
vice-president of Alpha Lambda 
Delta. 



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Taking a break at Derby Day. 



Mary Friedlander 



Marilyn Dove 



Ellen Duberstein 
Norma Goldstein 




Actives entertaining at national convention. 



Ronie Goss 
Sheila Graham 
Linda Kahn 
Phyllis Klasky 
Diane Lerner 



Debby Movitz 
Miriam Nathan 
Barbara Rebhun 
Gail Ross 
Susan Schein 



Shirley Segal 
Donna Seldes 
Linda Sennett 
Marilyn Silverman 
Lynne Sklut 



Marcia Van Dam 
Janet Weisblut 



Joyce Yavner 
Barbara Zauber 

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Exec Council says, '‘Cheese!’* 



Sigma Delta Tau 




Glenda Abbott 
Harriet Amchan 
Gail Aronson 



Roberta Bayane 
Eve Cutler 
Leah Figelman 



Susan Gabel 
E;aine Geiger 
Dianne Globus 




"We are Sig Delts" ... A new 
chapter on campus . . . only three 
years old . . . already active . . . 
Judy Kopelman — 1963 I.S.A.B. 
Service Award and I.S.A.B. presi- 
dent . . . Harriet Amchan — presi- 
dent of Delphi . . . Veda Tudor — ’ 
editor of Panhel's rush newspaper 
. . . Jane Wolf — section editor of 
the CHERRY TREE. . . Pledge for- 
mal weekend . . . with parents in- 
vited . . . parties for moms and 
dads . . . new philanthropy project 
. . . visiting patients at Walter 
Reed Medical Center . . . loads of 
fun working on car cavalcades . . . 
Homecoming floats . . . exchanges 
. . . Derby Day. 



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Roberta Greenberg 
Anita Gutnick 
Roberta Heilman 



Miriam Herscher 
Cynthia Klurfeld 
Maxine Koch 



Rona Lichtman 
Roslyn Lichtman 
Judith Marcus 



Harriet Miller 
Sheila Potts 
Susan Rogoff 



Donna Rosenthal 
Judith Safranko 
Leslie Sarafan 





Teaching Chinese to the rushees. 




Judith Schwartz 
Marilyn Segal I 
Veda Tudor 



Jane Wolf 
Elaine Zaritsky 
Virginia Zeitlen 



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"Down at the rainbow's end . . 
Sigma Kappa's noted for scholar- 
ship . . . Sandy Cain and Jean 
Gladding — Mortar Boards . . . 
Sandy — advisor to Alpha Lambda 
Delta . . . Zeta chapter is recipient 
of D. C. Panhellenic scholarship 
award . . . Student Council . . . 
Sandy — secretary . . . W.A.A. . . . 
Sharon Wolfe — secretary . . . Pan- 
hellenic . . . Nancy Crimmins — 
treasurer. 



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Jean Gladding 
Sherry Hastings 



Kate Johnson 
Charmaine Lisee 



Margie Miskelly 
Patricia Maliar 



‘Isn't rush great?" 



Carolyn Ostrom 
Susan Petrovich 
Brenda Sullivan 
Sharon Wolfe 



Scyttta, 



217 










"I hear the call of Zeta . . ." call- 
ing Karen Scott — upper-class 

pledge with highest QPI in '63 . . . 
Diane S z o s t a V — Homecoming 
Queen finalist . . . president Mollie 
Roarty — membership chairman of 
Big Sis . . . Carol Carlson — May 
Queen court . . . Linda Storey — 
chairman of Homecoming parade 
. . . Joyce McCallister — broadcast- 
er on WRSW , . . Jean Carlson, 
Ginny Miller and Joan Aquino — 
Sigma Alpha Eta speech honorary. 
The turquoise and gray places sec- 
ond in scholarship . . . third in 
Booster standings. 



218 








Carolyn Chapman 
Linda Cheyney 



Jane Coleman 
Andrea Foth 



Diane Szostak 
Diane Wehrli 



Barbara Smith 
Linda Storey 



Mary Hagan 
Judy Kerr 
Judith Kolbas 
Joyce McCallister 



Barbara Miller 
Rosemary Nigrelli 
Mollie Roarty 
Karen Scott 



Sittin' pretty 






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The National Defense Act of 1916 provided for the 
establishment of Reserve Officers Training Corps as a 
source of officers for the newly authorized Officers Re- 
serve Corps. The 140th Air Force ROTC Detachment 
is continuing in its mission of providing military and 
academic education for University students in order to 
select and motivate students for service in the United 
States Air Force. 

Under the direction of the Professor of Air Science, 
Lt. Colonel Armand E. Reiser, the training program is 
conducted both in the Air Science classroom and on the 
Leadership Laboratory drill field. The Cadet Staff, head- 



Strolling through West Potomac Park. 




222 



ed by Group Commander Kenneth Neubeck, is respon- 
sible for conducting the Leadership Laboratory training. 

Two national military honoraries are represented in 
the Detachment. The Arnold Air Society, headed by 
Ron Pump, recognizes cadets for scholastic excellence 
and leadership qualities. The Pershing Rifles, which hon- 
ors qualified basic Cadets, specializes in precision drill 
and participates in competition with other ROTC units. 

Corps activities ranged from intramural football to 
the annual Military Ball. AFROTC also marched in the 
Homecoming parade and the Corps float took a first 
place. 





A FLIGHT 

Front: H. Lorenzettie P. Kerr. First 
row: J. Franklin, W. Conrad C. Re>d. 
Second row: D. Sternberg J. MurpK 
J. Springfield. K. Stryjewski. Third row: 
R. Kelly, R. Abell. T. Williamson A. 
Darke J. Smith. Fourth row: K. Doyen 
D. Hodges L. Lapidus P. Nolan L 
Dewing, N. Neverson. 



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STAFF: Front: K. Neubeck. First row: J. Shan- 
dalow. Second row: J. Evans, H. Kaufmann, B. 
Burqer. Third row: R. Brown, F. Farmer, J. Die- 
sem. P. Hunter. 




HEADQUARTERS FLIGHT 

Kneeling: R. Pump B. Burger L. Amick. First row: P. Hantsoo, R. Harvey, E. Daster, H. Paul. T. Babcock. Second row: 
L. Warren S. Rose. R. Beers, P. Walker, K. Bouch. Third row: M. Moorehead, J. Hilliard. Fourth row: S. Soko, G. 
Lotz R. Peddicord, P. C'nen. Fifth row: A. Bole 4 T. Mason, J. Robenson, P. Kramer, J. Caffo. 



224 






Didn't you forget something soldier? 



B FLIGHT 
Front: E. Mercer 

R. Possner, P. Kerr 
First row: G. Ware 
A. Levine, J. Walk 
er, S. Volkman 
R. Bowers, W. Slo 
ta. Second row 
D. Going, R. Ash 
ley, P. Reigle. A 
Lowenkamp, W 
Griffith. Third 
row: T. Manonsa 
kis, D. Heath. J 
Dorner. T. Jones 
Fourth row: W 

Middleton, T. Buhl 
N. Shapiro. 




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C FLIGHT: Front: S. Pope, J. Merrell, R. Dailey. First row: M. Frankhouser J. Murray, F. Von Batche.lder, J. ravel, E. 
Martin. F. Lane. Second row: J. Leggette, F. Reinwald. R. Sandom're, J. Numbers, C. Kowantz. Third row: T. Cooper, D. 
Lofland, H. Good, F. Knott. Fourth row: K. Rubida C. Tobin, T. McSpadden, J. Kingham. Fifth row: L. Dribin. 



D FLIGHT 

Front: R. Ross, R. Dailey. First row: L. Dawson B. Van Wely. L. Gromet, B. Dicken. 
Second row: R. Martin, C. Boykin. N. Jetton, T. Rota. Third row: J. Watson, F. 
Crotty, R. Kranc, J. Bentley. Fourth row: L. Dribin M. Frankhouser. 





226 




Della Panos Pride of the Pershing Rifles escorted by Capt. 
Janney. 



Aw, quit smiling, you guys, this is serious. 




The Pershing Rifles pass in review. 




227 





R FLIGHT 

Front: M. Janney, J. Todd, R. 
Hughes, J. Trocchi. Third row: 
T. Cseh. 



Rosenberg. First row: J. Byczinski, G. Hudson, T. Perl, R. Skinker, P. Hatch. Second row: H. Diaz, E. 
R. Banks, A. Honanyan, E. Arrington, D. Rundquist. Fourth row: D. Summerall, W. Williams, R. Basham, 



Well, men, it all starred with Wilbur and Orville . . . 






Angels on parade. 




ANGEL FLIGHT 
First row: J. Nevins, S. Fahr, 
J. Magee, A. Stockvis. Sec- 
ond row: K. Skinner, L. Car- 
rier, D. Matlyok, C. Filbert. 
C. Camacho. M. Hurt. Third 
row: K. Lipcan, P. Prudhon, 
C. Price, J. Drance. A. Fore- 
man. D. Panos. 




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The George Washington University football team under head 
coach Jim Camp found themselves depth poor again in 1963 and 
finished with just two wins in nine games. A fine starting eleven led 
by senior All-American candidate Dick Drummond at halfback and 
nationally acclaimed quarterback Merv Holland were not enough to 
offset the noticeable lack of depth on the Colonial bench. Nonethe- 
less, exciting football predominated throughout the season. Talented 
Holland, top passer in the Southern Conference and one of the best 
in the nation, set new Southern Conference records for passes at- 
tempted, passes completed and total passing offense. Dick Drum- 
mond, two-time all-Southern Conference halfback, smashed Tuffy 
Leeman's career scoring record established here in the I930's and 
went on to lead the Southern Conference in total points with 46. It 
was an exciting year of football at GW despite a very disappointing 
won-lost record. 




Head Coach Jim Camp 




232 






GW on Defense: L-R: Tom Cerul (54), Jody Glass (43), Don Perriello (65), Al Kwiecinslci (67), John Hill (60), and Tom Graham (73). 




233 





234 





235 





Against BYU Mr. Drummond ran for 
161 yards and 2 touchdowns, breaking Tuf- 
ty Leeman’s career scoring record set here 
in the 1 930's. 





236 




End Dick Duenkel (87) watches as halfback Harry Haught (24) makes a fine catch against VPI. 



Fullback and place kicking specialist 
Mark Gross attempts a field goal against 
the Citadel. 




237 





Holland . . . 




to Ya kin 




238 





What’s the score . . . anybody know? 



against West Virginia. 




Record 



GW 

6 


VMI 


14 


14 


Furman 


29 


22 


The Citadel 


27 


8 


Va. Tech 


22 


13 


Villanova 


14 


32 


Wm. & Mary 


14 


16 


W. Virginia 


20 


23 


Brigham Young 


6 


0 


Vanderbilt 


31 






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Look fellows — a new variation to “the 
Bird." 



Duke Farrell 



7 ^ SecuKw 



The GW Colonials under veteran coach Bill Reinhart started the 
season slowly in 1963-64 dropping five out of their first six games. Colonial 
victories over the Citadel and Richmond broke the ice and GW went 
on to finish with eleven wins and fifteen loses. 

In local “Big Three" competition area fans watched GW scuttle 
high flying Georgetown 77 to 69 in their first meeting. Then after losing - 
to Maryland, GW lost a heartbreaker to the Hoyas in the rematch, 83-81. 

In the last regular season game GW stunned Navy, 87-76. Big Joe 
Adamitis, senior Colonial center and backbone of the Colonial attack 
most of the season, played a superb game, hitting for 32 points and 
pulling in 27 rebounds. 

At the post season Southern Conference Tournament it was again 
Adamitis, along with junior teammate Mark Clark, who led the GW 
attack. Sixth seeded in the tournament, GW downed Virginia Tech in 
the opener, 64-62. Then everything broke wide open. Conference leader 
and nationally ranked Davidson lost to VMI. Mark Clark led the Colonials 
to a startling victory over a strong West Virginia five, and GW dis- 
covered themselves matched against VMI for the Southern Conference 
Tournament Championship. It was the first Colonial victory over the 
Mountaineers in their last ten meetings and GW made it look easy. Clark 
hit for 31 points, a career high, and Adamitis had 21 points and 17 
rebounds. The total effort fell short however, and GW lost the big one, 
61-56, against VMI the following night. 

Backing up big guns Adamitis 
and Clark on the first team 
throughout the season were play- 
maker and defensive ace Ric Du- 
ques, Phil Aruscavage and Kenny 
Legins. 







242 





Big Joe Adamitis grabs for a loose ball against West Virginia. Mark Cla'k looks on from the floor. 



Won Lost Record 



GW Colonials 


Opponent 


65 


Cincinnati 


101 


64 


St. John’s 


82 


68 


Pittsburg 


89 


87 


Westminister 


86 


75 


VMI 


80 


49 


Furman 


53 


102 


Citadel 


81 


60 


Richmond 


57 


82 


Kentucky Wesleyan 


95 


81 


Mississippi State 


86 


76 


Virginia Tech 


83 


77 


Georgetown 


69 


97 


Virginia Tech 


89 


74 


West Virginia 


93 


108 


Richmond 


77 


88 


Centenary 


69 


76 


Maryland 


80 


75 


VMI 


94 


84 


William and Mary 


79 


75 


West Virginia 


82 


81 


Georgetown 


83 


67 


William and Mary 


82 


87 


Navy 


76 



Southern Conference Tournament 



64 

88 

56 



Virginia Tech 
West Virginia 
VMI 




62 

80 

61 



Farrell drives for two points. 



243 





Harvey Mallis gets a one pointer against Va. 
Tech and the Colonials win. 



244 






and run your . . . 




Now get out there . . . 



Head Coach Bill Reinhart and assistant 
George Klein talk things over with the Co- 
lonials during a time out. Pictured are If-rt: 
Ric Duques, Phil Aruscavage, Kenny Legins, 
Mark Clark, and Joe Adamitis. 



245 







Mark Clark wants to pass against Richmond. 



GW's Harvey Mallis tangles with a Mountaineer 
but comes up with the basketball. 



Rick Duques gets the shot away as a surprised Mountaineer looks 
on. 



247 







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Standing, left to right: Schiebel, Flowers, Hausig, Baer, Romasco, Lewis, Clark, Mullan. Kneeling: Rechuchi. 
Dante, Nalls, Brzezinski, Smith, Holland. 




Plagued all year by injuries to the pitching staff, 
GW's baseball team finished with a four and eight 
record in the Southern Conference in '63. The tal- 
ented arm of senior Tony Romasco and the heavy 
bats of Neil Hausig and Bob Smith were bright 
spots in an otherwise mediocre season for the Co- 
lonials. 



Colonial Tony Romasco bears down on a Syracuse batter. 






Infielder John Nalls watches as Tony Romasco tags out a Syracuse base runner. 



249 



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The GW tennis team, under coach 
Bill Shreve and led by number one man 
Harvey Harrison, won the Southern Con- 
ference Championship again last spring to 
boost our record to eight wins in the last 
nine years. In the regular season the sen- 
sational Colonials compiled thirteen wins 
and just two losses, one to the Citadel, one 
to Michigan State — a fine season by any 
standard. 



L-R: Harrison, Singer. Green Sherry. Rudy. Kahn. 



Harvey Harrison 



Jerry Rudy 





'63 Colonial Record 



Opp. GW 

5 Citadel 4 

1 Furman 7 

0 Davidson 9 

0 Syracuse 9 

Cherry Blossom Tourney 

2 Dartmouth 7 

5 Michigan State 4 

2 Georgetown 7 

0 Lafayette 9 

31/2 Virginia 5/2 

0 Virginia Tech 9 

4 Fort Eustis 5 

3 Navy 6 

0 Richmond 9 

0 William and Mary 9 

M /2 Washington and Lee 7/2 



Southern Conference Tourney 

GW FIRST PLACE 



250 




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With Bob Chaney and Bob Murphy 
back swinging their sticks for GW, things 
looked good again for Coach Feris and his 
team as they commenced the ’63 season. 
The luckless Colonials, however, were held 
to one victory in ten starts. Finally, 
demonstrating the potential they had all 
year, GW's linksters captured a third place 
at the Southern Conference Golf Tourna- 
ment at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. 













L-R: Murphy, Haney. Rosen, Rubin, Young, Levis. 



GW 


4'/ 2 


’63 Colonial Record 

American U. 


4l/ 2 


GW 


0 


Navy 


7 


GW 


Vi 


West Virginia 


m 


GW 


0 


William & Mary 


9 


GW 


2 


VRI 


7 


GW 


5 


Wash. & Lee 


4 



Southern Conference Tournament 
GW — Third Place 



Bob Chaney demonstrates the form which helped him 
to second place individual medal honors at Myrtle 
Beach. 



Bob Murphy blasts from the sand against 
A. U. 




251 




Soccen Ox^utcjecC 




Last spring's air was filled with flying 
feet as GW’s newly organized soccer club 
scrimmaged weekly in preparation for an 
intercollegiate schedule in the fall. 






at $70" 






GW's newly organized lacrosse club had its 
hands full last spring, taking on Georgetown, Bain- 
bridge Naval Prep, Randolph Macon College and 
Baltimore Jr. College. 



252 



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Wrestlers Joel Rosenberg and E. Sullivan 



'63 Standings 



1st 


DTD 


2nd 


AEn 


3rd 


SAE 



Delta Tau Delta took an early season lead in intra- 
murals and went on to capture a first place trophy for 
the second consecutive year. In a close race for second 
place, talented AETI managed to hold off a deter- 
mined late season effort by SAE and took second place 
honors. 



John Nalls and racked 



"'Deite (?* afctccie 



Welling Hall Gents and the Fuds battle it out in intra- 
mural basketball. 



253 



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GW's young but experienced crew showed 
great promise in winning decisive victories over 
American U. and Howard University. Coach Sand- 
born’s oarsmen, with Captain Bill Hamilton and 
John Jenkins alternating at stroke, compiled two 
wins, and a second place in four meets, and were 
one of the crews to beat going into the small col- 
lege national championships held in Philadelphia in 
May. Victorious in the preliminaries, the Colonials 
were disqualified on a technicality in the semi- 
finals and never got the chance to race for the 
championship. 






254 








Colonial '63 Record 



GW and Navy 


Lost 


GW and American U. 


Won 


GW and Drexel 


Lost 


Triangular Meet 




GW, American U. 
Georgetown, Howard 


Second 


Dade Vale Regatta 


Disqualified 
in semifinals 



255 






The GW Rifle Team, brilliant in 1962-63 competi- 
tion lost their outstanding coach, Glen Young to the 
Coast Guard before the 63-64 season. Consequently 
the varsity and the ROTC rifle teams joined forces in 
anticipation of the new year. The Southern Conference 
Tournament and the National Invitational were high- 
lights of the 63-64 season. 



Coach Mrs. May McEwan gives rifle club member Dawn Goodman 
some worthwhile pointers. 




256 





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Football 



Basketball 



Practice 




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Dr. Steiner directs 
our newly formed 
University Orchestra. 




L. 0. BALFOUR CO. 

Suite 443 

1120 Connecticut Ave., N. W. 




BASSIN'S 0.W. INN 

1920 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W. 


Washington, D. C. 




Open 24 Hours 


Official Class Rings 




365 Days a Year 


Medals, Cups, Trophies 




"Never ever closed" 


Known wherever there are Schools 




Kosher Corned Beef — Spaghetti — Pizza 


[ and Colleges. 




Beer — Cocktails 



"The University Printer" 

CORNELIUS PRINTING COMPANY 

THE HOUSE THAT PRINTING BUILT 

Telephone: JUniper 9-1916 

912-918 BURLINGTON AVENUE SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND 



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Compliments 

of 



CHAS. H. TOMPKINS CO. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

a division of J. A. Jones Construction Company 



1325 E Street, N.W. 
393-0770 



Congratulations 
to the 

Class of 1964 

HARRIS AND 
EWING STUDIOS 

1304 "G" Street, N.W. 
Washington, D. C. 



Too bad it isn't Friday. 





Economics — the sure cure for insomnia 




ROGER SMITH HOTEL 

18th and Pennsylvania Ave., N. W. 
PHONE 298-7200 



Closest Hotel to GW Campus 

Moderate priced hotel — 
Accommodations — walking distance 
to the University 



Excellent dining and entertainment 
facilities 



Steak House Specialty 
Restaurant 



I can't sneeze in here; it would echo. 



"FOOD FOR THE 
WHOLE FAMILY” 



HOT SHOPPES 




America’s Most Famous 
Family Restaurants 



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I’ve never fixed a flat tire before but somehow . . . 



Established, 1858 




Specializing in 

HIGH-GRADE COAL EXCLUSIVELY 
WE SERVE THE UNIVERSITY 
811 E Street, N.W. Phone: NAtional 8-0311 




DELICATESSEN 

• Sandwiches • 

2 1 33 G Street, N.W. 




. . . and we could move to the second floor and play 






Step on the crack, break your mother's back 






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Italian Cuisine 

MARROCCO'S 

1913 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. 
FE 8-0664 

Try Our Sorrento Room 



bridge for tne rest of our lives. 



PARK LANE PHARMACY 

Just oft the Campus 

2029 I St., N.W. RE 7-4424 

Fountain Cosmetics 




For over half a century Brewood Engraving has been distinguished by its modern 
smartness and its unerring good taste. The Brewood engraving of tomorrow will 
continue to set the style trend in engraving craftsmanship— Produced, as it is, with 
painstaking artistry — with superlative materials characteristic of 



Engravers 'SReWCDD Printers 



1217 G STREET, NORTHWEST 



WASHINGTON, D. C. 










Wanna study music 
Does she or 



For Complete 

Newspaper Printing Service 
CALL 

EX 3-7795 

MERCURY PRESS, INC. 



TERMITES • RODENTS • MOTHS • VERMIN 

WESTERN 

EXTERMINATING COMPANY 

4904 WISCONSIN AVENUE EM 3-9660 



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appreciation tonight, 
doesn't she. 



. . . And furthermore, I think this course in history . . . 



GOLD LIQUOR STORE 

2501 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. 

"Your Campus Cut-Rate Store" 
"Keg Beer Our Specialty" 
965-1400 965-1401 



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Quiet, Scholars at work. 



MARTY LAFFAL'S 

CHARCOAL STEAK HOUSE 

Banquet Facilities for 10 to 100 

1801 H Street, N.W. Dl 7-0665 



To Look the Best 
Drop in at 

VINCENT'S BARBER SHOP 

Vincent R. Metallo, Proprietor 

"WHERE SERVICE COUNTS" 

FE 3-9420 1922 Penna. Avenue, N.W. 




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That's it — If I get a B in International Law that'll give me a 
2 . 0001 . 



HOWARD JOHNSON'S 

For Delicious 
FOODS 
and FAMOUS 
ICE CREAM 

on Important highways 
from Maine to Florida. 



Quigley's 

School Supplies 
Soda Fountain 

CORNER 21sf & G, N.W. 



I hope they call it off. 









The Editor Wishes to Thank the Following 
Staff Members for their Work on this Yearbook: 

ROBERTA BAYANE 
SUE EWART 
JANE HUBBARD 
CAROL FREEDMAN 
MARILY MALLISON 



MARGE FERM 
BERIT SUNDQUIST 
PAM TODD 
LINDA VIRAY 



A familiar scene. 





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